There isn’t much we can collectively count on, but we do know that tonight the sun will set, tomorrow it will rise, and no matter how you slice it, there are twenty four hours in a day. Film is a manipulation of time - a single cut can fast forward a character from childhood to adulthood, a script might span generations, a crossfade could signify the changing of the seasons. The ten films in All in a Day’s Work employ a shorter timeline, exploring what a difference a day (or night, or a single morning, or two hours) makes in the lives of its characters. In All in a Day’s Work, a soul is altered from one minute to the next, life hinges on the ticking of the clock, and the passage of time takes on an entirely new significance for the audience. Set your watches, and have a nice day.