Sebastian Stan falls in love with Denise Gough in the trailer for Argyris Papadimitropoulos romance drama on Monday, which will premiere on April 16.
Sebastian Stan falls in love with Denise Gough in trailer for romantic drama Monday. The film is directed by Argyris Papadimitropoulos, who co-wrote the script with Rob Hayes. Papadimitropoulos most recent directing effort was in 2016 Sun tanning, which took place on a Greek island and focused on a middle-aged doctor who becomes obsessed with a young tourist. Monday share a similar environment with Sun tanning, while promising a more enjoyable narrative. At least at the beginning.
The trailer of Monday makes fun of the love story between the two protagonists. Initially, everything between Mickey (Stan) and Chloe (Gough) seems to be rosy. The duo even seem to parody famous romantic comedy tropes, like frenzied goodbyes at the airport, but the lightness eventually gives way to conflict. You can see the trailer through IFC Movies, below.
Along with Stan and Gough, Monday stars Dominique Tipper, Vangelis Mourikis, Andreas Konstantinou, Syllas Tzoumerkas, and Sofia Kokkali. The film, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, will hit select theaters on April 16. It will also be available on demand and through digital platforms.
The official synopsis of Monday It reads as follows: Mickey (Sebastian Stan) and Chloe (Denise Gough), two Americans in their 30s living in Athens, find themselves in the heat of summer on a dizzying weekend. The chemistry between them is undeniable. When Chloe’s time in Greece is drawing to a close, she decides to leave her high-flying job at home and explore whether a weekend’s passion can turn into something more. Argyris Papadimitropoulos’ follow-up to festival sensation ‘Suntan’ is a fun and sensual romance about how love gets in the way of life and life gets in the way of love.
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Source: IFC Movies
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