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The Seventh Sense 1999: A Review

The Seventh Sense is a 1999 erotic thriller directed by Lawrence Lanoff and written by Giorgio Serafini. The film stars Lucy Jenner as Frances, a young pianist who suffers from a rare condition that allows her to experience visions and sensations of other peoples lives. She becomes involved with Ivan Leszko (Endre Hules), a mysterious man who claims to be a psychic and who wants to help her control her gift. However, Frances soon discovers that Ivan has a dark past and a hidden agenda, and that her seventh sense may put her in danger.

The Seventh Sense 1999

The film is a low-budget production that tries to combine elements of romance, suspense, and supernatural drama. The plot is full of twists and turns, but also full of clichés and inconsistencies. The characters are not well-developed or likable, and their motivations are often unclear or illogical. The acting is mediocre at best, with some over-the-top performances and some wooden expressions. The dialogue is cheesy and unnatural, and the narration by Frances is unnecessary and annoying.

The film does have some positive aspects, such as the cinematography by Blain Brown, which creates a stylish and atmospheric look for the film. The music by Nicholas Rivera is also effective and adds some emotion and tension to the scenes. The film also has some erotic scenes that may appeal to some viewers, although they are not very explicit or original.

Overall, The Seventh Sense is a forgettable and poorly-made film that fails to deliver on its premise. It is not worth watching unless you are a fan of the genre or the cast. The film has a rating of R for sexuality, nudity, violence, and language. It has a runtime of 120 minutes. It is available on DVD or Blu-ray.

How to Watch The Seventh Sense 1999

If you are interested in watching The Seventh Sense 1999, you have a few options. You can buy or rent the DVD or Blu-ray from online retailers or local stores. You can also stream the film online from various platforms, such as Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Google Play, or Vudu. However, be aware that the film may not be available in your region or may require a subscription or a fee to watch.

Before you watch the film, you may want to check out some reviews and ratings from other viewers and critics. You can find them on websites such as IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, or Metacritic. You can also read some trivia and facts about the film on these sites, such as the cast and crew information, the production details, the release dates, and the box office performance. You may also find some user comments and discussions that may give you some insights or opinions about the film.

Other Films Similar to The Seventh Sense 1999

If you enjoyed The Seventh Sense 1999 or are looking for other films similar to it, you may want to check out some of these titles:

  • The Sixth Sense (1999): A psychological thriller starring Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment as a child psychologist and a boy who can see dead people.

  • The Gift (2000): A supernatural thriller starring Cate Blanchett and Keanu Reeves as a psychic and a suspect in a murder case.

  • Stir of Echoes (1999): A horror film starring Kevin Bacon and Kathryn Erbe as a couple who experience paranormal phenomena after a hypnosis session.

  • What Lies Beneath (2000): A mystery film starring Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer as a married couple who suspect that their house is haunted by a ghost.

  • The Eye (2002): A horror film starring Angelica Lee and Lawrence Chou as a blind woman who receives a cornea transplant and starts seeing visions of the donors past.



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