The film details the exploits of Jason, a man in his early 30s, and his desire to find someone after three years of loneliness. He posts on a dating website advertising for a brief ...
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The film details the exploits of Jason, a man in his early 30s, and his desire to find someone after three years of loneliness. He posts on a dating website advertising for a brief encounter and gets a reply from Nikki, a woman in her early 20s, who is after the same thing. Meeting in a hotel room, they both form an intimate connection that continues over the course of three separate evenings; each rendezvous becoming more intense and personal as the characters reveal things to each other that they?d never spoken of before. As the narrative continues, our characters, and all their hopes, dreams, and fears, are laid bare to the each other as the film explores the quirks of fate and how chance and random encounter can influence our lives so drastically.
The three evenings portrayed in the film were literally shot over the course of three separate evenings. Director David Sowden did this to add realism and verisimilitude to the performances. All the evenings were shot in the order they appear. See more »
The opening credits interact with areas of the hotel room that correspond to the job descriptions. For instance: when the credit for the "Director of Photography" is shown it is over a light, when the "Sound Designer" credit is shown it is over a telephone, etc. See more »