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Directed by Dinh Thai

November 4 / USA / 2017 / Crime, Drama / 19 mins / English with English subtitles / Colour / Canada Premiere

Preceded By:
Program 6: International Shorts: How To Make Lemonade

Cineplex Odeon International Village Cinemas
November 4, 2017 5:00 pm Box Office only


“What can I get you?” is the question driving a conflicted young hustler who sells everything and anything to make money. As he ‘code-switches’ through various cliques, he’s forced to confront racism as well as the immorality of his
occupation. And it’s only Monday.

Previous Screening / Awards:

HBO Visionaries 2017, First Place; Independent Filmmakers Showcase Film Festival 2017, IFS Award, Best Independent Short; Los Angeles Film and Script Festival 2017, Best Narrative Short, Best Short Film; Playhouse West Film Festival Los Angeles 2017, Grand Jury Award, Best Short Film Drama, Best Short Subject Screenplay; The IndieFest Film Awards 2017, Award of Excellence Special Mention, Short Film.

Director's Bio

Dinh Thai is an award-winning writer/director, by way of directing for commercials. He’s actively developing ideas for TV and film, one of them being Tuesday, the continuation of his award-winning short, Monday. He graduated from Art Center’s film program and currently runs his own production company, Art and State, creating ads for brands and
ad agencies.


Director / Writer: Dinh Thai
Producer: Brian Burgett

Preceded By

  1. Nov 4: Program 6 – International Shorts: How To Make Lemonade

    November 4 / 95 mins
    (Comedy, Romance, Drama, Crime, Documentary Shorts) A small-time hustler and a serenading street knife-sharpener. A dyslexic student and a suspicious gum-toting taxi driver.

    Precedes: Ballad of the Knife Sharpener, in blossom, Monday, Silent Dusk, A Taxi of Coldness