7 Days Out is a Netflix documentary series that premieres now on Netflix and has, as a point of interest, the follow-up of the seven days before a major event. The preparations, anxieties, fears and worries of people who are about to make the dreams of a lifetime come true. The camera connects to these characters in a way that we become witnesses to everything that is to come – and that has the potential to change their lives (watch here).
The Netflix documentary 7 Days Out shows the backstage of major events that are about to happen. For example, we follow all the preparations for Paris Fashion Week, one of the most important fashion events in the world – if not the largest. There is a lot of tension for Chanel’s haute couture show, which leaves its organizers on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Even the dummies in the world of fashion know that it is demanding and does not tolerate the slightest mistake. This is a good plot to follow.
Other events of great importance are also shown in 7 Days Out. The consequences of choices made by participants of the League of Legends championship. The fears before a major horse race. The last rehearsals for a championship of dogs. The reopening of a famous restaurant. All of this is placed in front of us with an agile editing that allows us to approach the dramas of these people. When we notice, we are rooting for them.
Of course, because of this, 7 Days Out is not very suitable for those who suffer from anxiety. The apprehension that each story causes can make anyone more sensitive completely distressed. But with this we also imagine the suffering of those responsible for each of these events, and how they end up spending the days leading up to the crucial moments of their journeys.
The documentary series 7 Days Out, therefore, is about overcoming, and about staying calm and maintaining balance with a world of pressures around you.
Synopsis 1: The world is watching. The clock is ticking. And there’s no room for mistake. A backstage pass to six extraordinaries events.
Synopsis 2: Witness the excitement and drama behind the scenes in the seven days leading up to major live events in the worlds of sports, fashion, space and food.
Age rating: 12;