Seven uses dark cinematography, evoking noir classics and a dark atmosphere, and old-fashioned sets and costumes to suggest the agelessness of its story. The lighting and color palette complement the darkness of the story and seriousness of the tone while suggesting at the horrors that await the protagonists. The music also is a throwback to classic film noir, which saw detectives looking at a legion of evidence.
It flows smoothly, soaked with darkly beautiful interiors. Whether it's posh library or ruined building, it feels as if elegance of film noir has continued to live in the middle of the grunge eruption. Similarly, engaging story is sophisticated as classics of world literature, and controversial as a splatter film, while the characters write themselves in what is probably the greatest modern serial killer thriller.
David Fincher's incredible suedo-adaption of Dante's Inferno into a Celluloid masterpiece. The colour palette & Cinematography industrial , just like its soundtrack. The performances grand from ever which angle, from cliched pissed off chief played by R.Lee Ermy to stone cold calculated performance of the serial killer, played by a actor you know well. This films labyrinth, is a dark and grand but meaningful trip.