Monday Morning
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Radio commentator, Thomas Bach, runs for the U.S. Senate in Minnesota. Through a circumstance, he ends up in the middle of L.A.'s brutal homeless community. What he does with his new awareness is pitted against the forces. of security.... (Full plot summary below)

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Radio commentator, Thomas Bach, runs for the U.S. Senate in Minnesota. Through a circumstance, he ends up in the middle of L.A.'s brutal homeless community. What he does with his new awareness is pitted against the forces. of security.

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NYC Movie Guru - 7/10 by Avi OfferUnpredictable, intriguing and unflinching, but somewhat uneven, heavy-handed and fails to pack a strong sociopolitical punch.
Los Angeles Times - 1/10 by Gary GoldsteinMovies don't come much worse than "Monday Morning," a rambling, incoherent, ineptly assembled mess...
Slant Magazine - 1/10 by Diego SemereneWhen will independent filmmakers understand that formulaic film style can only spoil the non-traditional subject matter of their films?
User Review - 8/10 by Rene SMonday Morning will piss of some viewers due to some very graphic (and seemingly offensive) scenes. Yet they are integral to the story and flavor of this film. The audacity of a filmmaker. That is how I would describe this this movie. Writer-director, Nat Christian paints a mural about a lover of life and women, Thomas Bach, who is about to run for the senate in Minneapolis, Minnesota, comes out to L.A. and knocked unconscious. Without a a trace of memory he wanders around with homeless people. An boy dies he. He see homeless people going to the bathroom on the streets (graphic). He does so as well. A homeless woman trades sex (graphic) for crack money and other hard to watch sequences. But this movie hit home in the right areas. Christian does not hold back as he portrays what goes on in the streets, while interlacing these images within the story of the Bach's journey. Bach is wonderfully played by actor, Victor Browne. He owns this character. To coin a cliche - I laughed and I cried. Yes, some of these scenes will definitely cause some viewers to be turned off to the point where it blocks the real beauty. But for me, it clicked, because it was truthful and raw.
User Review - 8/10 by Alicia BI was turned off by some of the depictions in Monday Morning. If it had been on cable or if I was watching it on a DVD, then I probably would have just turned the movie off. But I had made the effort to go to the screening and I sat there and watched. And as the credits rolled, I realized what a powerful movie Monday Morning is. I also realized that the depictions that turned me off were deliberately meant to make me aware that this is going places that are unexpected but very real. Street real. At least, that is what I gleaned. I realized that the writer-director (Nat Christian) of Monday Morning has an original voice that must be heard. And that the outstanding actors (headed by Victor Browne, Milly Kidder, Jessica Spotts, Nat Christian), composer (Rossano Galante), editors (Peter Srinivasan, Jonathan Fung and Nat Christian) and everyone else involved made this movie with great talents and a lot of passion.
User Review - 8/10 by Abbie CSegments of Monday Morning will make people make a judgment to not like the movie - whether it's the scenes or the hard truths that come out of discussions. With the group that I was with, that was the case. But the common denominator was that even those that were upset at the graphic scenes or socio-political stuff, though that the movie was poignant and powerful, and they said that they were deeply moved. So with me, who was not turned off by the explicit scenes, Monday Morning carried quite a punch. I was nearly knocked out by the imagery and the story. Writer-director, Nat Christian lays it right in front of us, literally (and I assume deliberately) so that we don't just walk away having seen the homeless experience, we see what they go through AFTER we pass them by. What they experience at night and in the bitter cold and rain. Also, I never realized that homeless women are raped so often. He is equally as good in the role of Damn, a homeless man who is befriended by Thomas Bach, played excellently and with much passion by Victor Browne. The idea of a right wing guy who becomes homeless and learns a few things is good. The brutal depiction of his journey is great. It is apparent that the cast was into this movie. Jessica Spotts, Molly Kidder, Robert Axelrod, Ken Melchior, Robert Pike Daniel, Cevin Middleton - all talented and real pros at this.
User Review - 8/10 by R SYes some of the politics and scenes in "Monday Morning" will turn off some viewers and critics alike, but none can argue that "Monday Morning" is is a compelling watch and a courageous and bold work. We discussed this film for a long time afterwards.
User Review - 8/10 by Sasha OWow! So, I'm watching this film and I'm thinking "okay, a cute rom-com", then... what the....? A woman takes a dump on the street! Alright, this sounds like shock value stuff, but no, this movie, Monday Morning is something different altogether. At first a bit strange, then dark, then absolutely endearing and captivating. A guy with very conservative values finds himself homeless in Los Angeles. The lady pooping? She is so very integrated into the story that the shock leaves you and you are pulled into a a very hard to imagine, yet real world. Director-writer Nat Christian has a devil may care attitude with a firm and confident hand on the directorial reins. If we indeed are going to lose our good stories to huge action epics on the big screen, then it is this kind of filmmaking that may bring audiences back - to experience a movie. Actor Victor Browne extracts great empathy as he journeys through skid row. He is supported by an excellent cast of sophisticated actors. They all know the journey and their places within the journey.
User Review - 8/10 by Mike SWhat was hard to take in this movie was that it was so intense. I mean intense and in your face. I understand that was what the director wanted, but it almost made me turn away. Almost. I stayed and watched. What was easy to tak and love in this movie was the movie as a whole. I do understand why studios are clinging on to bug CGI type action flicks. But they have to know that those kinds of movies will eventually run their course. And then we have to get back to story, characters, something powerfully meaningful. Not all of the time but to have a good variety of different types of movies. Well, "Monday Morning" is one that is different, in that it clearly illuminates conditions in our perceived sub-culture within a compelling tale. The writer and director, Nat Christian, delivers an exceptionally well crafted portrait of a guy who finds his true nature and then must make a decision on what to do with it as it is pitted against all that he is accustomed to. Christian's passion guides his gifted talents. The cast is superb, headed by Victor Browne, who gives his best performances in this movie. His range goes from superficial player to disturbed and emotionally affected survivor of the streets. Molly Kidder is perfect as an activist who falls in love. The homeless characters are very affecting (including Christian) - Jessica Spotts, Michael Cohen, Robert Axelrod. The muscal score supports the epic theme of this movie. I agree that this kind of movie may turn off some people and critics, but thank goodness it was made, because there will be many who will cherish "Monday Morning"
User Review - 8/10 by Lee MMonday Morning is an original potion of styles which effectively portrays eye opening scenes that accurately reflect our homeless conditions. I felt that the direction lured us into this world and gives us sobering surprises along the way. This director's voice is something to keep an eye on. The actors were real. Gritty. And I kept thinking how they looked like they were pulled off the street. The movie depicts the journey of an up and coming senate candidate who has the misfortune (or good fortune depending on how you look at it) of becoming homeless while he is in need of his diabetic insulin. He meets a composite of homeless people and develops better understanding. In some of the scenes he's sitting with a bunch of the truly despondent and everyone rattles off opinions and thoughts that are seemingly disconnected, but as the movie unfolds their voices ring truisms. The director creates something cohesive out of all what seems crazy out there on our cold winter streets. I can't say much more, only that Monday Morning stands out amongst the independents.

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