GenreComedy, Crime, Fantasy WriterSABU LanguageJapanese
Release dateFebruary 6, 2000 (2000-02-06) (Berlin Film Festival) GenresComedy, Fantasy, Crime Fiction CastShin'ichi Tsutsumi (Koichi Takagi, the salaryman), Yasuko Matsuyuki (Yuko Kirishima, the yakuza girl), Masanobu Ando (Mitsuo Kondo, the dead man), Hideki Noda (Shingo Kamiyama, strange man of the bar), Akira Yamamoto (Kiichiro Hanai, boss of the yakuzas), Naomi Nishida (Yuki Machida, Koichi's girlfriend) Similar moviesThe Yakuza, The Yakuza Papers, Vol. 4: Police Tactics, The Yakuza Papers, Vol. 5: Final Episode, Family 2, Young and Healthy as a Rose, Stray Cat Rock: Delinquent Girl Boss
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Monday is a 2000 Japanese comedy thriller drama film directed by Sabu. The film was featured at the 2000 Berlin Film Festival and won the FIPRESCI Award "for its austere, dark wit and keen eye for human foibles."
monday a short film
Takagi (Shinichi Tsutsumi), a seemingly average Japanese businessman, wakes up in a hotel room but doesn't know how he wound up there. When a packet of "purification salt" falls out of his pocket, he starts having memories of a funeral and a meeting with a yakuza boss. Soon he finds out he is in deep trouble.
Shin'ichi Tsutsumi as Koichi Takagi
Yasuko Matsuyuki as Yuko Kirishima
Ren Ohsugi as Murai Yoshio
Masanobu Ando as Mitsuo Kondo
Hideki Noda as Shingo Kamiyama
Akira Yamamoto as Kiichiro Hanai
Naomi Nishida as Yuki Machida
The New York Times found that "'Monday' has some of Sabu’s sharpest satire" and "offers a lot of stylish parody as it tracks the increasingly grim trajectory of the salaryman’s lost weekend." Derek Elley in Variety wrote that "Sabu makes a stunning return to form with "Monday," his fourth and best movie to date."