The Girl from Monday (2005)

R   |    |  Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi

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A comic drama about a time in the near future when citizens are happy to be property traded on the stock exchange.




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21 April 2005 | widmerpool
| A bit too simplistic
It has a promising plot line, and some quite interesting performances and direction, but overall I felt the film lacked substance.

Except for its unique idea of sex-for-points, it's filled with simple notions such as "advertising is bad" and "freedom is good." Both are valid beliefs, but neither are explored with much originality.

It played out like a weak version of an excellent novel or short story. Great soundtrack, though.

(BTW, I believe the opening credits read "A Science Fiction by Hal Hartley," not "A Science Fiction Film by Hal Hartley," as the first reviewer wrote. Not sure exactly what he means by that, but it is probably significant to Hartley.)

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