Sunday Morning (2001)


Director Robert Farrar

Writer Robert Farrar

Genre Short, Comedy

Year 2001

Actors Matthew Waite, Alex McSweeney

IMDB : 5.5 (24 votes)


Description In his dream home, Matthew brings his handsome boyfriend, Dominic, breakfast in bed. But the idyll is shattered by Dominic's increasingly monstrous and bizarre behaviour.


  • londonlover69 2017-03-08 22:53:26
    The accused doesn't even look like a killer. So obvious he is innocent!!
  • londonlover69 2017-03-08 21:04:01
    I cried when the accused cried when his mum gave evidence. Truly touching case, also the detectives lying about the whole thing. They should all be put behind bars!!!
  • TheMinnie419 2017-02-28 05:46:59
    My heart is still breaking for the little boy who was subjected to the atrocity. These police officers should have been fired, never to practice in the judicial system again. This movie brought me back to the days when they used the hanging tree. It's very sad that we are still using the color of someone's skin as a mark. An atrocity that the police force subjected this kid to such harm. He looks so like someone that would have gone to school with my own children. Studious, responsible, clean cut and with impeccable demeanor. God bless him and his family.
  • Karen Valerie 2017-02-24 05:30:39
    Eyewitness testimony is known to be the LEAST reliable of evidence especially when the "witness" is of a different race to the person they are supposed to be identifying.
  • Leonard Beasley 2017-02-15 19:32:55
    I am a black man and I watch this case and that was the best 2 lawerI have ever saw in my life it brought tears to my eyes you guys are the best
  • Bella Ezeokoli 2017-02-14 19:19:50
    At the 1:23:33 mark that mother fucker was getting nervous because he knew he was full of it.
  • Madhuresh Bhattacharya 2017-02-14 12:51:26
    Who else cried like a bitch at the end..
  • truthhurts2000 2017-02-13 08:30:39
    That Public Defender is great. Most dont give 2 shits about their clients and are overworked
  • Benjamin Breeg 2017-02-13 05:56:22
    40:23 "Dumbified"
  • lynncrf 2017-02-11 22:13:09
    *SPOILER ALERT* ............................................................................................... Brenton now works in real estate, has written a book, and has his own website. So happy for him!
  • shellshock13 2017-02-10 02:42:01
    Unfortunately, white people have a hard time distinguishing one black person from another. We also can't tell the difference between people who are Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, etc. Plus 5 seconds of extreme stress is not enough time to be able to completely and positively i.d. anyone. That should not have been used as evidence at all.
  • Boom Shank 2017-02-08 08:35:57
    Patrick McGuiness is a master of assertive body language, turn off the audio and just watch him....absolutely compelling master in his craft.
  • Andrew Adkins 2017-02-02 20:25:50
    how did they get two members of the Allman Brothers Band on the Jury?
  • Nicole Starr 2017-01-26 18:50:02
  • man_i_am 2017-01-26 00:13:50
    "And I looked at him and said, 'I always enjoy a cigarette before sex.' *mic drop* Someone charge this public defender with murder, dude KILLED that investigator
  • Katie Vanmeter 2017-01-24 02:02:33
    Okay, who else freaking loves the Patrick scenes?
  • Deb Fletcher 2017-01-22 23:21:58
    That prosecutor, Laura Starrett should be ashamed of herself....trying to convict an innocent 15 year old boy with that shitty evidence! Shame On You!!!!
  • Deb Fletcher 2017-01-22 22:31:25
    The actual killer looked NOTHING like Brenton Butler!
  • Aeternus 2017-01-22 04:50:31
    America needs to desperately reform the judicial system, both on the state and federal level. Accused teenage suspects *need* to be treated as minors and their parents should *always* be present during questioning and *never* be left alone with any law enforcement officer or detective. Officers and detectives should require a higher level of the education and be held to a higher level of professional scrutiny from an outside source, not just internal affairs. There should exist no financial incentive for basic officers to advance to detective or investigator.
  • [email protected] 2017-01-21 03:04:39
    Ann Finnell and Patrick McGuinness did an absolutely masterful job of defending Brenton Butler, a fifteen year old young man wrongfully accused of murder. "Murder on a Sunday Morning," is indubitably, one of the best documentaries I have ever had the honour of viewing. When young, I dreamed of becoming a lawyer. While I never fulfilled this goal, had I done so I fervently wish to have walked in the shadow of Patrick McGuinness. The privilege of watching and listening to both Finnell, and especially McGuinness, systematically decimate the clearly deceitful prosecution witnesses, in particular, Jacksonville homicide detectives, is utterly indescribable and something I will never forget. Mr. McGuinness, you help renew my faith in the decency of human beings. I feel that in witnessing you at work, I am in the presence of true greatness. Many thanks to you and Ms. Finnell for all that you do. Without a doubt, you are righteous warriors in the best sense of the term. I sincerely hope that Brenton Butler is living a good life and has been able to move beyond this horror show, this blatant travesty of justice. Young man, God bless you, your wonderful, supportive family, community, and of course, your unwaveringly courageous, decidedly intelligent and justice seeking attorneys. Finally, much gratitude to you, "The Attorney Depot." Being able to see this documentary has been a profound experience. I feel most blessed for the opportunity to share in it, if only as a mere viewer. When right wins over collusion and corruption we are all better, we all win. Being able to actually see that there are folks who still fight for the truth and truly trust in God, is awe-inspiring especially in these times of rampant narcissism, and treachery. What a marvellous breath of fresh air! It is indeed humbling to realize that a genuine love and respect for justice doesn't just live within the pages of a great novel like, "To Kill a Mockingbird." Slainte, Quincy's Law

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