BOY 7

Sam wakes up on a crowded subway train with no memory of how he got there or who he is. Sam discovers he is a rogue government agent who’d been recruited, due to his high-level hacking skills, to work in a state asylum for teens. With his friend Lara and armed with a memory meant to have been wiped by the government, he sets out to right the wrongs committed by his country — and himself.

Toronto International Film Festival, 2015

Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival, 2015
Best Cinematography

From the producer of:

The Lobster (Cannes 2015 Competition)

“Taking a premise familiar from the likes of Memento, Paycheck, Dark City and others, Lourens Blok’s adaptation of Mirjam Mous’ novel Boy 7 is a very slick and action packed spin on the proceedings.”

TWITCH

“Blok offers efficient action sequences amidst the character-driven game of memory and identity. This handsomely produced film boasts impressive visuals and crafts.”

CINEMABLOGRAPHER

“Blok stages the action well, makes the tradecraft look clever, and even makes computer hacking clear enough that the audience knows what is going on”

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Lourens Blok
2015 | Netherlands | Sci-Fi, Thriller | 90'

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