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Horace and Colt are stranded late at night in a foreign land. They have lost the key to their room and to each other. An enigmatic figure, Diana, provokes another journey. Erotic and harrowing, this forbidden underworld of yearning and confession permits the release of all that has been silenced.

 

“Hotel Lobby recalls a rich experimental cinematic heritage, particularly early Alain Resnais…brilliant moments…bursting with sexual neediness.”

     —Variety

 

 

 “A psychologically ambitious work...rarely less than fascinating.”

     —Mountain Express, Asheville Film Fest

 

“A thrilling and witty film.”

     —Zoie Film Fest 2004, Winner 2nd Place Feature

 

 

“Stunning, articulate, mind bending—a cross between No Exit and Scenes From A Marriage...but so much more!”

    —Desert Film Society, Palm Springs, CA

 

“Fascinating. I was so caught up in it. Pinter-esque dialogue and ambiguity. Those who enjoy discussing what they’ve seen will have a field day.”

    —Cleveland Int. FF

 

 

“An audience favorite. A real cutting edge piece of film.”

    —The New York Times

 

“One of the most challenging works in the festival. Not for devotees of the narrative film form who have no patience with the unusual and who are not willing to exercise their brain power. This elegiac fantasy demands attention. The story contains more poetic dialogue than has been heard in an American film in decades. Mills exudes an air of loss in a man whose life has been filled more with tragedies than triumphs…a carefully calibrated performance that grows with complexity. Svetalana Efremova delivers a lovely, graceful presence. Jenny Foster guides the film with a sure, caring hand.”

    —Syracuse International Film and Video Festival

        Best Of Fest nominee

 

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