Bloody Mondays and Strawberry Pies
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Bloody Mondays and Strawberry Pies
Most folks regard boredom as a bad thing, but is that true? Can having nothing going on prompt people to create something worthwhile to fill their time? Idle time can give some folks the opportunity to think about their place in the world around them and the important issues of life; then again, others will drift into crime or aimless violence if they don't have something to keep them busy. Filmmaker Coco Schrijber ponders the state and the consequences of boredom in the documentary Bloody Monday and Strawberry Pies. In the film, a number of people from different walks of life offer their… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A rapturous, often profound visual essay about the metaphysics of time - about how we spend our lives fleeing from the silence of existence by filling our days with busy-ness. It's a film to come back and touch in your thoughts for quite a while."
‑ Ty Burr, Boston Globe
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