Seven: 10 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About David Fincher's 1995 Thriller

by Jeremy Spirogis
Seven: 10 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About David Fincher's 1995 Thriller

The Film’s Title Sequence Was Constructed In A Way To Make The Audience Curious About The Killer

The opening title sequence from Seven will without end go down as one of the vital memorable and thrilling of the ’90s, and despite the fact that John Doe wasn’t revealed till the ultimate act of the 1995 thriller, director David Fincher and title designed Kyle Cooper, set the introduction up in a approach that might make the viewers interested by that the killer they would not really meet for greater than 90 minutes. 

Speaking with Empire in 2010, Cooper revealed that he and Fincher wished to provide you with one thing so evil that the viewers would bear in mind it, and judging by its legacy, the choice of getting scratched frames, a remixed model of Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer,” and all these fast cuts paid off.

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