The Girl from Monday  



The Girl from Monday (2005)

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დირექტორი: Hal Hartley

გამოსვლის თარიღი: 2005-01-01
სტატუსი: Released
ხანგრძლივობა: 84 წუთი / 1:24
მწარმოებელი კომპანია : Possible Films
მწარმოებლი ქვეყანა: United States of America
გამოსვლის თარიღი: 2005-01-01
სტატუსი: Released
ხანგრძლივობა: 84 წუთი / 1:24

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Bill Sage
as Jack
Sabrina Lloyd
as Cecile
Tatiana Abracos
as The Girl From Monday
Leo Fitzpatrick
as William
D.J. Mendel
as Abercrombie
James Urbaniak
as Funk
Juliana Francis
as Rita
Gary Wilmes
as Adjuster
Jenny Seastone
as Martha
David Neumann
as Soldier 1

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Directing Hal Hartley Director
Writing Hal Hartley Writer
Production Steve Hamilton Producer
Production Hal Hartley Producer
Sound Hal Hartley Music
Camera Sarah Cawley Director of Photography
Editing Steve Hamilton Editor
Art Inbal Weinberg Production Design
Art Inbal Weinberg Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Virginia Cook Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Persefone Karakosta Makeup Artist
Sound Justin Kawashima Sound Designer

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  • Audience Reviews for The Girl from Monday Pretty badly muddled film that tries too hard to say something meaningful. Blurry action, stuttering frames, a voice over from the main character that borders on a monotone, and beautiful bodies that never reveal anything meaningful.

  • The Girl From Monday is Hartley's second digital release, made on a shoe string budget, but unlike The Book of Life it succeeds where the former fails. Hartley drops us into a dystopian future that essentially is the present.

  • After the excellent Henry Fool, Hartley reached a sort of consistency, pumping out consistently terrible movies one after the other like Fay Grimm, No Such Thing, Book of Life, and the abysmal Girl from Monday. Girl from Monday is a few different sorts of bad.

  • The Girl from Monday movie reviews & Metacritic score: A funny and thought-provoking farce told in the rhythms of a sci-fi thriller. (Possible Films)...

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  • The Book of Life imagines Jesus returning to Earth in 1999 (accompanied by PJ Harvey as Mary Magdalene) and quarreling with the Devil over the fate of humankind. The Girl From Monday is set in a dystopian future where corporations control the human soul.

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  • The Girl From Monday Review By Norm Schrager "Let's fuck and increase our market value," urges Cecile ( Sabrina Lloyd ) in director Hal Hartley 's latest curiosity, an interesting yet static look at a consumerist tomorrow.

  • The Girl From Monday - Official Trailer Shades of 1984, Fahrenheit 451 and THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH (1976) color Hal Hartley's cautionary sci-fi tale, set in a totalitarian future run by MultiMedia Monopoly.

  • THE FILMS Where do you go after Henry Fool? Hal Hartley's 1997 film -- his magnum opus, by far his costliest effort to that point, and his next-to-last film shot on actual celluloid (he left 35 mm