Monday Morning

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Overview

A conservative radio host and aspiring politician experiences an acute crisis of conscience after losing his memory and experiencing life among the less fortunate in this thought-provoking drama. Thomas Bach Victor Browne likes to think of himself as a straight shooter. His right-wing radio show is a big hit among Minneapolis Tea Partiers, and recently he's announced a plan to retire from radio and take a shot at a seat in the U.S. Senate. Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles to iron out the kinks in his ...
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Overview

A conservative radio host and aspiring politician experiences an acute crisis of conscience after losing his memory and experiencing life among the less fortunate in this thought-provoking drama. Thomas Bach Victor Browne likes to think of himself as a straight shooter. His right-wing radio show is a big hit among Minneapolis Tea Partiers, and recently he's announced a plan to retire from radio and take a shot at a seat in the U.S. Senate. Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles to iron out the kinks in his campaign, however, Thomas becomes the victim of a violent assault that robs him of his memory. As a result, the wayward political hopeful forgets he's a diabetic, falling seriously ill as he seeks shelter in skid row. Over the course of the next week, Thomas becomes a true member of the homeless community, rediscovering the meaning of compassion as he receives help and in turn helps others. Later, as Thomas' memory returns, he finds himself at a crucial crossroads: Does he parlay his experience into a triumphant campaign story that's sure to win votes and launch a successful political career, or does he finally admit that he's been wrong all along and use his newfound wisdom to enact genuine change?
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Special Features

Behind the Scenes; Interviews; Outtakes; Directors Commentary; Trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/28/2013
  • UPC: 658769131536
  • Original Release: 2012
  • Rating:

  • Source: Anderson Digital
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:52:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 92,010

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Victor Browne Thomas Bach
Molly Kidder Katherine Sands
Jessica Spotts Beth
Cevin Middleton Andrew Stern
Nat Christian Damn
Nick Cimiluca Sam
Robert Pike Daniel Senator Sweeney
Ken Melchior Senator Carr
Robert Axelrod Katz
Johnna Lam 1st Downtown Homeless Lady
Heather Hall Linda Stern
Rick Montoya 6th Street Latin Man
Buffy Dakan 6th Street Dark Haired Woman
Cliff Sprung 6th Street 70 Year Old Man
Kimberly Salt 6th Street Brown Haired Woman
Bobby Jay Mills 6th Street Haggard Man
Cory Roberts 6th Street Big Man
Scott Narver 6th Street Young Guy
Lamont Pete 6th Street Philosophical Man
Micah Brandt 6th Street Bird Talker
Pauli Pettit Lilly
Amy Greenspan Shoshanna
Aiden Browne Bogey
Mike O'Loughlin Reynolds
Iris Karina Katarina the Old Bag Lady
Michaël Cohen Illiterate Man
Myles Cranford Jonathan
Anita Borcia Scraggly Woman
Emily Button Intake Nurse
Cy Cho Asian Man
Christopher Frederick Lilly's Boyfriend
Judea Cavoto Employee
Karen Chase Technical Director
Neto DePaula Liquor Store Employee
Armando Goytia Latin Man with Bible
Michael Berry Jr. Jeremy
Cara E. Brown Female Welfare Worker
Robert Ebinger Andrew's Doctor
Irena Murphy Radio Station Bimbo
Anne Wescot Financial Staff Woman
Jim Westcott Man with Bible
Stephanie Allensworth Woman at Party
Phillip Davis Hank
Justin Lewis Police Officer
John Otrin Chief Beck
Charlotte Goerges Campaign Consultant
Brandon VanVliet Press Celebrity
Chris Powers Male Minnesota Homeowner
Alan Fiene Minnesota Politician
Airizes Miller Senator Carr's Attendant
Libby Petit Female Minnesota Homeowner
Darren Peters Male Welfare Worker
Mark Scanlan Reynolds' Interviewer
John Wilhovsky Car Owner
George Savage Detective
John Outtrim Store Owner
Oscar A. Rivera Store Employee
Nino Senanayake Senator Carr's Aide
Tony Senanayake Senator Carr's Limo Driver
Richard Reeder One on One Host
Joel Thingvall Guest Spin Person
Sasha Higgins Fashion TV Host
Jorje Faurrieta Fashion TV Host
Vinnie Coppola Newscaster
Monda Scott Shelter Volunteer
Paul Mendoza Broadcast Booth Director
Fedah Hannah Boukai Broadcast Booth Producer
John Edel Senator Reese
Ben Coler Senator Reilly
Jason Nguyen Korean Store Owner
Matthew Feeney Maitre'd
Lauren Richards ICU Nurse
Eugene Meaux Reynolds' Bartender
Lucy Doty Dr. Trento
Dee Ledbetter 6th Street 75 Year Old Woman
Rich Paul 6th Street Man
Technical Credits
Nat Christian Director, Editor, Producer, Screenwriter
Fatim Bangoura Costumes/Costume Designer
Micah Brandt Co-producer
Jonathan Fung Editor
Rossano Galante Score Composer
Jean Scoccimarro Casting
Peter Srinivasan Editor, Sound/Sound Designer
Shawna Stone Production Designer
Stuart Thomson Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Monday Morning
1. Chapter 1 [:24]
2. Chapter 2 [31:03]
3. Chapter 3 [28:08]
4. Chapter 4 [24:23]
5. Chapter 5 [23:20]
6. Chapter 6 [5:12]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Monday Morning
   Play
   Chapters
   Extras
      Behind The Scenes
      Interviews
      Outtakes
      Director's Commentary
   Trailer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2013

    This is my review of "Monday Morning"   It is an excep

    This is my review of "Monday Morning"   It is an exceptional movie experience in that it has all of these different elements mixed in together.  Absolute  realism, some fantasy, comedy, suspense, politics and heart wrenching drama.  It reminded me of maybe the Grapes Of Wrath with a little bit of Capra with a contemporary brutality unlike anything I've seen before.  All of the actors are so real they seem like they were actually homeless.  The writing and direction is intelligent and the director, Nat Christian, knows how to grab your heart at certain landmarks in the film.  The lead actor, Victor Browne, exudes a vulnerability that works for the character.  He starts out as a selfish rising potential senate candidate and ends up homeless on the streets.  His romantic interest, Molly Kidder, shows a fierceness in a frail and beautiful exterior.  Some standout performances by Christian, a very gifted actor himself as a war vet, who brings a lot of humor and sadness to the story.  Also Jessica Spotts grabbed my heart as a homeless mother on crack cocaine.  "Monday Morning" will probably have a polarizing effect with viewers .  It is risky and balsy in its politics and very throws very graphic images at us.  Such movies rarely get past the distributors, critics and exhibitors.  But, it is 2013 and the people really want to see stuff like this.  I was truly moved.  

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