Yohana, a teenage girl from a remote community in the Norwegian Arctic, must decide the fate of the oil worker who has killed her father. In just seven seconds, she must make a life and death decision that will not only mark her forever, but also determine the very future of her people. SEVEN unfolds in a stunning hinterland of rearing cliffs and vast seascapes, 50 miles within the Arctic Circle. Yet this is contested territory: outsiders are threatening a centuries-old way of life as they seek to exploit the area’s natural resources.
James Morgan is an award-winning film director and photographer. His work explores our changing relationship with the natural world, often featuring individuals who walk the borderline between wilderness and civilisation. James has produced and directed award winning documentaries for Al Jazeera, BBC, Netflix and National Geographic. His first narrative drama, Seven, tells the story of a small group of people in the high arctic fighting to keep their community alive.