Seven Pounds

Seven Pounds
Seven Pounds




121 minutes


Drama, Romance



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If you know Will Smith as the action hero of Men in Black, prepare for a radical change of direction. In this tearjerker mystery he plays morose tax inspector Ben Thomas. Motivated by tragedy in his past, Thomas is executing a secret plan involving a blind customer services rep and a poisonous jellyfish. But when Ben unexpectedly falls in love, his definition of a good deed is dramatically called into question.

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Contains emotionally intense scenes.

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