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Big Monday (1998)

A young man wanders through the streets of Manhattan in search of a job interview.
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Credited cast:
David Campbell ... The Shoeshiner
Mary Geralyn Cassidy Mary Geralyn Cassidy ... The Receptionist
Joseph D'Alesandro Joseph D'Alesandro ... Germophobe
Jay Deitz Jay Deitz ... Mervyn Tuttle
Ben Gernandt Ben Gernandt ... Grand Central Lover Male
Matthew Grace Matthew Grace ... Subway Guitarist
Colton Green Colton Green ... Greg
Louis Guerra Louis Guerra ... Louis (as Louis J. Guerra)
Frank Kelly Frank Kelly ... Actor On Phone
Karen Mascari Karen Mascari ... Karen
Lydia Ogden Lydia Ogden ... Grand Central Lover Female
Michael T. Rehfield Michael T. Rehfield ... Michael T. Rehfield
Mia Russo ... Hot Chica
Jeff Schrey Jeff Schrey ... Bathroom Man
Jack Serra Jack Serra ... ShoeShine Guy
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A young man wanders through the streets of Manhattan in search of a job interview.

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USA

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English

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After the ending credits have run, the film returns to the job interview, pans around to some of the cast and crew standing in the room, and finishes with a close-up of the sound technician turning the sound off. See more »

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real-time nyc filming redeems mediocre acting.
19 June 2002 | by the0utcastSee all my reviews

Although this movie has some undesirable elements, such as the wandering eyes of passersbys and the mediocre acting of the central characters, this movie also harnesses a rare uniqueness, not found in most hollywood films. At first viewing, I was overtaken by the shear logistics involved in shooting a film of this length, in one cut, with multiple characters intertwining throughout the narrative. Some scenes and acting may seem unnatural and even quirky, however, this film is original in the way that it was shot, and, in my book, redeems itself with its daring approach, and commendable management of multiple characters in real-time in new york city of all places.


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