what happened to monday (seven sisters) (2017)

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What Happened to tát Monday

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Directed byTommy Wirkola
Written by
  • Max Botkin
  • Kerry Williamson
Produced by
  • Raffaella De Laurentiis
  • Fabrice Gianfermi
  • Philippe Rousselet
  • Noomi Rapace
  • Willem Dafoe
  • Marwan Kenzari
  • Glenn Close
CinematographyJosé David Montero
Edited byMartin Stoltz
Music byChristian Wibe


  • SND Films
  • Vendôme Pictures
  • Title Media
  • Raffaella Productions
  • Nexus Factory
  • Umedia
  • uFund
Distributed by
  • SND Films (France)[1][2]
  • Netflix (United Kingdom/United States)[3]
  • Vendôme Pictures (Worldwide)[1]

Release dates

  • August 5, 2017 (Locarno Festival)
  • August 18, 2017 (United States)

Running time

123 minutes[4]
  • United Kingdom[5]
  • United States[5]
  • France[5]
  • Belgium[5]
Budget$20 million[6]
Box office$28 million[7][2]

What Happened to tát Monday (known in several territories as Seven Sisters) is a 2017 dystopian science-fiction action thriller film directed by Tommy Wirkola and written by Max Botkin and Kerry Williamson.[8] The film stars Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close and Willem Dafoe.

What Happened to tát Monday was released theatrically in Europe and Asia, with Netflix distributing the film in the United States, United Kingdom, and Latin America on August 18, 2017.[3][9] The film received mixed reviews from critics.


Around 2043, overpopulation has caused a worldwide crisis, resulting in a strict one-child policy enforced by the Child Allocation Bureau. All but the eldest children are put into cryosleep. Electronic bracelets track all citizens.

Karen Settman dies while giving birth to tát identical septuplets. Their grandfather and Karen's father, Terrence, names them after the days of the week and trains them to tát pose as a single individual named after their mother, leaving the house only on the day of their name. Terrence ensures that they share information daily and replicate any physical accidents that alter their appearance. The sisters use wigs and makeup to tát cover up any identifying features. After a young Thursday sneaks out of the apartment and loses part of a finger skateboarding, Terrence amputates part of the index finger of each sister to tát mimic Thursday's injury.

In 2073, Monday prepares her disguise, nervous about giving a presentation. At a checkpoint, Monday runs into Adrian Knowles, a C.A.B. agent who talks to tát her. At the ngân hàng, Monday's co-worker, Jerry, a competitor for a promotion, tells her he knows her secret and hints at blackmailing her.

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When Monday fails to tát return trang chủ, Tuesday retraces her steps. Tuesday learns that Monday got the promotion and met Jerry at a bar. Before she can investigate further, C.A.B. agents detain her and cut off her communications. In the C.A.B. facility, Adrian sees Tuesday ("Karen") escorted to tát a cell. There, she meets Nicolette Cayman, head of the Bureau and a candidate for Parliament. Cayman says she knows about Tuesday's siblings, and when Tuesday offers a bribe, Cayman reveals that she earlier had the same offered. Cayman orders C.A.B. agents to tát assassinate the siblings.

C.A.B. agents use an enucleated eye to tát bypass a retinal scanner at the Settman trang chủ. The sisters kill the agents, but Sunday is killed. Learning the eye is Tuesday's, the sisters suspect Jerry may have sold them out. The next day, Wednesday leaves without disguising herself and confronts Jerry. He reveals that "Karen" got the promotion when she sent millions of euros to tát Cayman to tát fund her chiến dịch. After a C.A.B. xạ thủ kills Jerry, Wednesday flees his apartment.

The others remotely guide Wednesday to tát safety but are interrupted when Adrian shows up at the sisters' apartment, concerned about "Karen." Surmising that Adrian has a relationship with one of them, Thursday convinces Saturday to tát leave with him. Saturday, a virgin, talks with Adrian at his apartment, finding out which sibling he was seeing. She covertly links their bracelets while sleeping with him, allowing Friday to tát hack into the C.A.B. On a đoạn phim feed, the sisters believe they have found Monday in a holding cell. Meanwhile, C.A.B. agents corner and kill Wednesday. After Adrian leaves his apartment, C.A.B. agents arrive and kill Saturday after she tells her siblings Monday was dating Adrian. The sisters' apartment is raided simultaneously by a C.A.B. squad led by Joe, the head of security of C.A.B. Admitting that she can not survive on her own, Friday sacrifices herself by blowing up their apartment to tát allow Thursday to tát escape and rescue Monday.

Adrian hears about the incident and rushes back to tát the Settman apartment. Thursday confronts him in his xế hộp, blaming him for her sisters' deaths. Adrian now realizes "Karen" is an assumed identity for several siblings and claims to tát love Monday, whom he agrees to tát help rescue. Adrian sneaks Thursday, concealed in a toàn thân bag, into C.A.B. headquarters. She secretly records a child undergoing cryosleep. Instead of being frozen, the child is incinerated. Adrian and Thursday discover Tuesday, missing an eye inside the cell. They tìm kiếm for Monday, only to tát discover that she has sold them out to tát Cayman.

At Cayman's chiến dịch fundraiser, Thursday and Monday fight in a women's restroom, with Thursday accidentally shooting Monday. Meanwhile, Tuesday and Adrian broadcast Thursday's đoạn phim footage of the child's incineration, leaving everyone at the sự kiện shocked. The now-traumatized crowd directs its attention on Cayman, who angrily confronts Thursday before her bodyguards pull her off. Monday comes out of the restroom brandishing a gun. Joe shoots Monday, thinking that she intends to tát kill Cayman, and Adrian kills Joe.

As the crowd flees, Monday reveals to tát Thursday that she is pregnant and asks her not to tát let the C.A.B. take her unborn twins. Thursday realizes Monday sacrificed her sisters in much the same way their grandfather cut off their fingers in order to tát protect her children. Monday dies from her wounds. The Child Allocation Act is abolished, and Cayman faces the death penalty for her actions, which she continues to tát insist were necessary. Thursday, Adrian, and Tuesday (with a new artificial eye) watch Monday's and Adrian's twins develop in an artificial womb. Tuesday declares Terry to tát be her new name, while Thursday declares hers to tát be Karen (henceforth becoming the "real" Karen Settman). As the camera dollies out, hundreds of babies are seen and heard crying in one enormous ward, as nursing staff care for them.


  • Noomi Rapace as the Settman siblings (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday), septuplets sharing the identity of "Karen Settman".
  • Willem Dafoe as Terrence Settman, the siblings' grandfather.
  • Glenn Close as Nicolette Cayman, the head of the Child Allocation Bureau (C.A.B.).
  • Marwan Kenzari as Adrian Knowles, a C.A.B. security guard and love interest of Monday Settman.
  • Pål Sverre Hagen as Jerry, Karen's coworker.
  • Tomiwa Edun as Eddie, the septuplets' doorman.
  • Robert Wagner as Charles Benning


The film was originally written for a man, but director Tommy Wirkola had always wanted to tát work with Noomi Rapace. He pitched the idea of having a female as the protagonist to tát producer Raffaella De Laurentiis who agreed to tát the idea.[6] Wirkola was inspired by films such as Children of Men and Blade Runner due to tát their realism and world building. The film was shot in Romania over 94 days with a budget of $20 million.[6]

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What Happened to tát Monday premiered at the 2017 Locarno Festival.[10] The streaming rights for the film were purchased by Netflix.[3]


Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, reports that 59% of 37 surveyed critics gave the film a positive review, with an average rating of 5.8/10. Its critics' consensus says: "This high-concept sci-fi action thriller will make you stress-eat all the popcorn while Noomi Rapace (times seven) goes on a murderous spree to tát find out What Happened to tát Monday, but it may still leave you hungry in the kết thúc."[11] According to tát Metacritic, which calculated a weighted average score of 47 out of 100 based on 12 critics, the film received "mixed or average reviews".[12]

Jessica Kiang of Variety called it a "ludicrous, violent, amusingly dumb sci-fi actioner". Kiang said that, although it is full of plot holes and Rapace's characters are thinly characterized, it is likely to tát become a cult film.[5]

See also[edit]

  • Dayworld


  1. ^ a b John Hopewell, Elsa Keslassy (May 6, 2015). "Cannes: SND Takes Noomi Rapace Sci-Fi Actioner 'Monday?'". Variety.
  2. ^ a b "What Happened to tát Monday (2016)". Box Office Mojo.
  3. ^ a b c Setoodeh, Ramin; Lang, Brent (13 September 2016). "Toronto: Netflix Buys 'What Happened to tát Monday?' With Noomi Rapace (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved 14 September 2016.
  4. ^ "WHAT HAPPENED TO MONDAY". British Board of Film Classification. Retrieved November 6, 2017.
  5. ^ a b c d e Kiang, Jessica (6 August 2017). "Locarno Film Review: 'What Happened to tát Monday?'". Variety. Retrieved 22 August 2017.
  6. ^ a b c Ford, Rebecca (November 5, 2016). "Tommy Wirkola Talks Directing Noomi Rapace as Seven Identical Twins in 'What Happened to tát Monday?' (Q&A)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved April 28, 2021.
  7. ^ "What Happened to tát Monday?". The Numbers. Retrieved 2 May 2018.
  8. ^ Richford, Rhonda (31 July 2015). "Willem Dafoe Joins Glenn Close, Noomi Rapace in 'What Happened to tát Monday'". Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 1 August 2015. The Oscar-nominee boards the sci-fi thriller as it starts principal photography in Romania.
  9. ^ "'Seven Sisters' Trailer Shows off Noomi Rapace's Strong 'Orphan Black' Vibes". Collider. 2 June 2017.
  10. ^ Kohn, Eric (2 August 2017). "Isabelle Huppert, Noomi Rapace, and Bodybuilders: 7 Must-See Summer Movies From the 2017 Locarno Film Festival". IndieWire. Retrieved 22 August 2017.
  11. ^ "What Happened to tát Monday (2017)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved October 30, 2022.
  12. ^ "What Happened to tát Monday Reviews". Metacritic. Red Ventures. Retrieved January 21, 2021.

External links[edit]

  • What Happened to tát Monday on Netflix
  • What Happened to tát Monday at IMDb
  • What Happened to tát Monday at Rotten Tomatoes