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Miss Monday (1998)

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A writer suffering a block decides to watch a young woman as a role model for his novel, but finds more than he bargained for.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrea Hart ...
Alex Giannini ...
John Woolvett ...
Mr. Plummer
Julie Alannagh-Brighten ...
Marianne from Nightmare / Young Corporate Woman (as Julie-Alanah Brighten)
Louise Barrett ...
Sebastian Thompson ...
Gloria's Boyfriend / Richard / City Man #2 (as Sebastian Thomson)
Pamela Hall ...
Gloria's Mother
Dixie Crouch ...
Gloria as a child
Josie Crouch ...
Gloria as a child
Taxi Driver #1
Alan Goldsmith ...
Taxi Driver #2
Mr. Sukiyaki
Loma Ann Bonner ...
City Woman #1


Trapped, frustrated and isolated, for one disturbing, slow night these two main characters find that they have more in common than they think. Forced to rummage for research in London's City district for his new screenplay, here, we find human anguish mixed with quiet disbelief. This, a sobering experience of a subject with mixed emotions of her childhood past and future prospects spilling over the precipice of sanity. Haunted by her own personal bogeyman and hidden demons, as the screenwriter is forced to hide in the bedroom cupboard and slowly watch the unraveling of a woman lost, tormented and pained. Written by Cinema_Fan

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a screenwriter is watching his main character come to life.


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Rated R for language and an intense depiction of emotional disorder | See all certifications »

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13 August 1999 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Gynaika me ta ola tis  »

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Roman: [Said after bumping into each other on street corner] Excuse me.
Gloria: Can you watch where you're going?
Roman: Can I watch where I'm going? Oh yeah, that is just so typical of your type.
Gloria: My type? Some fucking gentleman you are.
Roman: Well maybe if you behaved like a lady, you'd get treated like one.
Gloria: [shouts] What! Who the fuck do you think you're talking to? Who the fuck do you think you are? Why don't you just piss off you tosser.
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Composed by Antonio Vivaldi
Performed by Helen Heran Kim
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11 July 2004 | by (BOMBAY, INDIA) – See all my reviews

What lies behind closed doors? Or what lurks in the deepest and darkest reaches of our souls? This is exactly what MISS MONDAY tries to explore; the guinea pig? A ‘high flying' executive named Gloria, played by the very able Andrea Hart.

After the initial preliminaries, the movie finally kicks off, as a screenwriter (James Hicks) finds himself fumbling for words and inspiration to depict a leading character (Marianne) of his script. Hence, on the advice of his mentor, Hicks decides to actually ‘observe' a real-life person resembling his script-character, whom he feels could inspire him into writing his ‘Marianne' with much less difficulty.

So, the screenwriter decides to become a scientist and sneaks his way into Miss. Gloria's abode to study his subject and learn her ways and mannerisms. Until this point the script looks goofy and awkward. But then we get to see one of the finest acting performances by Andrea Hart, as she unfolds the middle-aged, single, ambitious executive Miss. Gloria's inner sanctum, which is otiose, dismal and sorry; much in contradiction to her alter persona that the outside world is conversant with.

Hart's brilliant acting performance comes in during the time when the movie is almost dialogue-less. The way she limns the disturbed and insecure side of an otherwise uncompromising and demanding woman, is scary, especially because it is so lifelike. Forget the direction, forget the script, forget the supporting cast; MISS MONDAY is all about Hart's memorable performance, cap-a-pie.

MISS MONDAY is truly indie. Though the story seems unrealistic, the direction and the performance are natural. There is nothing flashy about MISS MONDAY. With everything else restricted to the bare minimum, the movie is left in the hands of the performance of the cast, especially that of Andrea Hart. Andrea delivers, and delivers generously. Watch the movie and be shocked and spellbound, alike.

RATING: 8/10

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