Monday is a professional hitman for hire who has begun to feel the monotony of his day-to-day. The highlight of his week is his trip to the laundry mat every Thursday, where he begins to notice a light and a change in his simple world.
This silent film is driven by the stoic performance of Todd Tetreault set to the incredible music of cellist Zoe Keating.
- Originally pitched to be a 2 minute short by Stephen Abrahim, T.C. expanded the hitman character of Monday to this much longer piece.
- Shot without any dialogue.
- This is the second time Michael Willcoxon has been a victim in a Firmament Films production, previously beaten to death with a wrench in Relish.
- Cameo: Director T.C. De Witt in the laundromat in the blue shirt and his trademark baseball cap.