Nine Days (2020) Film Review

Will (Winston Duke) watches TVs showing the every moment in the lives of a select group of people. When one suddenly dies, an interview process is triggered and he must select the new person to be ‘born’… and then be watched.

It’s a film that raises more questions than it answers, but if you let go of all of those questions, you’re left with a beautiful work which questions whether it is better to protect yourself and stay safe, or take risks and experience joy and excitement.

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