Archie (Anthony Quinn) is a rich old man who lives alone with his maid Anya; he is philosophical, funny, and yet & incomplete
as a creature. He longs for affection, the true sensation of becoming one
with all the creatures on the planet… he finds peace only when his body is energized by love and positive energy from others… he sees the incomplete
state as an illness and is determined to cure himself. This will require infusing his body with energy.
To do this Archie hires four servants from different parts of the world to fill his four facial openings. Although each servant places an index finger in his ears and nostrils, Archie asks Blade (his longtime friend) and Hilda (his true love) to help complete the process.
The symbolism expresses the true meaning of the film when at the end it reveals that Archie reaches his final wish…Unity Till The Last Breath.
Selected for Locarno (Competition and Special Event of Closing Night at the Grand Piazza), Toronto, Montreal, Berlin, Kiev, Thessaloniki, Delhi, Cairo and many other international festivals.
No one can wipe these amazing visuals off my mind... it is a shame for [our] culture that Seven Servants
is still nowhere to be seen. --Internet Movie Database