- Full Name: 7 Women and a Murder (2021)
- Duration: 1 Hr 24 Min
- Language: Dual Audio (Hindi-English)
- Subtitles: Yes (English)
- Size: 270MB, 760MB & 1.7GB
- Quality: 480p & 720p & 1080p – WEB-DL
- Format: Mkv
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When their family patriarch is stabbed, seven women, each with ulterior motives, become trapped together in a mansion to solve the puzzle of his murder.
The film starts with the arrival of Diana Del Bufalo’s character, Susanna, who had just returned home on Christmas eve to celebrate with her family. Despite receiving a rather icy welcome from her father’s new housekeeper, Maria (Ranieri), Susanna appears excited to be back home. Then we get to meet the rest of the characters: Marcello’s wife, Margherita, her spinster sister, Agostina (Sabrina Impacciatore), and their mother, the elderly Rachelle (Ornella Vanoni). Susanna is the eldest daughter and has moved away from the family home, while her younger more rebellious sister, Caterina (Benedetta Porcaroli) still lives at home.
We don’t get much time to get to know these women before the poor housekeeper walks into Marcello’s room only to find him face down with a knife sticking from his back. To make matters more complicated, Marcello’s previous girlfriend, Veronica (Micaela Ramazzotti) arrives at the mansion after having received a strange phone call informing her of the man’s death. Now that all seven women are under one roof, they discover they’ve been locked in on the grounds, the phone lines had been cut and there’s a very real possibility that one of them killed poor Marcello. Like it’s customary in murder mystery movies, each of the women has a deeply hidden secret and each of them has a separate motive for wanting Marcello gone.
While the acting is as convincing as it could be, 7 Women and a Murder is theatrical yet flat. While the protagonists in 8 Women were hiding pretty scandalous things (especially for the era in which the film was set in), the things the characters reveal here are a bit too tame and less than surprising. While I’m aware this is a period piece set in the 50s, the dialog and the plotline feel dated and it’s painfully obvious these are female characters written by a man. As a remake, the flick doesn’t amount to much. Instead, it took out all the elements that made the 2002 film great and left us with a copy as attractive as the spinster Agostina.