This Blu-Ray disc of "Seven" is a bare bones imported release of the film only, with no menus or extras, that features only DTS English, Dolby 5.1 English, and Dolby 2.0 French audio tracks, and no subtitles. It is framed at 1:78, cropped in from the original 2:35 aspect ratio, and is in 1080i/60 not 1080p/24 with an AVC codec.
It appears to be a release, in the Canadian market, of a transfer originally made, one might guess, for HDTV pay per view, or some such thing. That said, contrary to what some disgruntled reviewers have written, the image is outstanding, within the limits mentioned above, with good luminance, which is very superior to the DVD version, excellent color and very sharp detail. The text of the opening credits have been repositioned to appear correctly in the reduced aspect ratio, which supports the idea that the transfer was originally made by the studio for HDTV.
Obviously, the are some compromises here. But considering that this is a fantastic film, that is currently unavailable in the US market, and which has not been announced for the US market any time soon, this is a great Blu-Ray disc to have of this film. Obviously, some overseas distributors are interpreting their contracts with the US studios to mean that if they can issue a DVD of a title in their territory then they can issue a Blu-Ray too. I would imagine there may have been some lively conversations about this implied right between the parties involved. Nevertheless, I would recommend this edition of "Seven" until an authorized US version comes along with menus, the complete extras, and all the audio/subtitle tracks.