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The Girl from Monday (26-Jan-2005)

Director: Hal Hartley

Writer: Hal Hartley

Music: Hal Hartley

Producers: Hal Hartley; Steve Hamilton

Keywords: Comedy, Dystopian

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edie Falco
Actor
5-Jul-1963   The Sopranos, Nurse Jackie
Leo Fitzpatrick
Actor
10-Aug-1978   Kids and Storytelling
Sabrina Lloyd
Actor
20-Nov-1970   Sliders
Bill Sage
Actor
17-Jul-1962   Simple Men
James Urbaniak
Actor
17-Sep-1963   Dr. Venture on The Venture Bros.

CAST

Bill Sage   ...   Jack
Sabrina Lloyd   ...   Cecile
Tatiana Abracos   ...   The Girl From Monday
Leo Fitzpatrick   ...   William
D. J. Mendel   ...   Abercrombie
James Urbaniak   ...   Funk
Juliana Francis   ...   Rita
Gary Wilmes   ...   Adjuster
David Neumann   ...   Soldier 1
Ryan Bronz   ...   Soldier 2
Edie Falco   ...   Judge
Ryan Bronz   ...   Benson
Paul Urbanski   ...   CEO
Michael Cassidy   ...   Ted
Normandy Sherwood   ...   Emily
James Stanley   ...   Doc
Jenny Seastone Stern   ...   Martha
Tanya Perez   ...   Theresa
Matt Kalman   ...   Nick the Bartender
Elizabeth Faulkner   ...   Legal Secretary
Linda Horwatt   ...   Rachel
Cordelia Reynolds   ...   Gun Boutique Sales Girl
James Findlay   ...   Taxi Driver
Classroom Students
Adrienne Campbell-Holt   ...   Student
ChristÚl Halliburton   ...   Student
Adam D. Grant   ...   Student
Jarah   ...   Student
Darius Safavi   ...   Student
Audrey Lynn Weston   ...   Student
Tana Sarntinoranont   ...   Student

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