On Thursdays, I Do Laundry

Released:  June 23, 2013 Runtime:  20 minutes
Directed by
T.C. De Witt
Stephen Abrahim
Written by
T.C. De Witt (Story, Screenplay, Co-Writer)
Stephen Abrahim (Story)
Produced by
T.C. De Witt
Chris Moehr
Colin Wilcox
Zoe Keating
Assitant Director
Amanda Jackson
Project Consultant
Ryan Brooks
Production Assitant
Michael Willcoxon
T.C. De Witt
Special Thanks
Ryan Brooks
La Habra Heights Laundromat
the Ostler Family
Chris Moehr

Film Synopsis:

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.


Monday / Todd Tetreault
Thursday / Candace Ostler
Creeper / Jim Burzelic
Office Victim / Lev Zartarian
Hallway Victim / Matt Erickson
Newspaper Victim / Brian Ostler Sr.
Fighter Victim / Mike Willcoxon
Fleeing Victim/Mechanic / Steven Gossett
Woman / Amanda Jackson


  • 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.