The seven women who express Rapace, his sisters, each named after a day of the week, were born a seven-year-old at a time of overpopulation, making a single-child policy effective. They act as one person and each day one of the sisters is allowed to go outside. But then Monday will not return home. Her job at the Child Allocation Bureau might have something to do with it.
This Europudding has a plot of potential, but unfortunately nobody was available to align this all. A Norwegian director with limited qualities, (Wirkola, Dead Snow and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters); a Swedish actress who is not English enough to add nuance and emotions to her excesses of characters.