Originally called 'What Happened to Monday?', 'Seven Sisters' pretty much does what it says on the tin.
In a post-apocalyptic where the world lives under a one child per family rule, Noomi Rapace play seven sisters who live in hiding as they each in turn inhabit the daily life of 'Karen Settman' until one day, one of the sisters goes missing.
Joining Rapace in the film are Glenn Close and Willem Dafoe and a lot of other Rapaces. Anyone who's seen 'Orphan Black' knows what to expect.
Here's the official synopsis:
2073. The Earth is overpopulated. The government decided to introduce a one-child policy, applied by the Birth Control Board, under the aegis of Nicolette Cayman (Glenn Close). Confronted with the birth of seven twins, Terrence Settman (Willem Dafoe) decides to keep the existence of his 7 granddaughters secret. Confined to their apartment, each day they will have to share a unique identity outside, simulating the existence of one person: Karen Settman (Noomi Rapace).
Though the secret remains intact for years, everything collapses on the day that Monday mysteriously disappears …
'Seven Sisters' will be released on Netflix on August 30th.