First off, I just watched this movie for the second time (first time, at my uncle's house when it first came out on video [I didn't remember much at all,most likely because I lacked certain attentive abilities at my age then] about two hours and 20 minutes ago. You know how people say the same old "I was blown away" and it can be a tad bit too corny? Well, that's basically how I felt after this movie. It was so danm well done it isn't explainable. This is the one movie so far that has topped Requiem For A Dream "imo." I can very easily say I'm finding time to watch this one many more times. My friend, Darren Davis, recommended the two disc New Line PS version. This is one of the best pieces of advice he has given me. I have a question (along with my friend, which we're very dedicated to). It is clear that their are 5 deaths, which are equivalent to the 5 sins. Now, I (and I belive my friend does as well) have a few "conclusions." 1. Brad Pitt's wife in the movie, Gwenyth Paltrow's head is severed. Is Gwenyth Paltrow and her unborn baby sins 6 and 7? (I least suspect this one to be legit.) 2. Is Brad Pitt "vengeance" and Kevin Spacey is "envy?" (sounds logical) 3.Brad Pitt is both? (Doubt it) Thanks for any input. And please, reply and praise this movie. It's interesting and enjoyable to read up others opinions. Also, I'd like to, again, add that this movie was awesome. But, does anyone thnik David L. could have pushed the envelope with the ending? I'm not saying I think so, I'm just trying to figure who the majority is on the issue. Movie is truly amazing. -Bert P.S: I just realized something, that guy who had his hand severed and was still alive, was he supposed to die to get the Se7en plan across, or was it just the "moral?"