It's Ted the Bellhop's first night on the job...and the hotel's very unusual guests are about to place him in some outrageous predicaments. It seems that this evening's room service is serving up one unbelievable happening after another.
While traveling for work in a city far from their homes, a novelist and a corporate accountant find themselves in bed together. Although she’s married, and he’s seeing someone, their intense attraction turns a one-night stand into an unexpected relationship and a respite from the obligations of daily life. Through a series of moments – some profound, some silly, some intensely intimate – we see a portrait of an evolving relationship that could become the most significant one of their lives.
A single mother and her mute, autistic son are terrorized by supernatural entities in this haunting story of love, loss and the occult.
A new romantic comedy feature film that brings together three interrelated tales of gay men seeking family, love and sex during the holiday season.
Connecting Rooms is a 1970 British drama film written and directed by Franklin Gollings. The screenplay is based on the play The Cellist by Marion Hart. The plot explores the relationships shared by the residents of a seedy boarding house owned by dour Mrs. Brent. Among them are busker Wanda Fleming, who is flattered by the attention paid her by rebellious pop songwriter wannabe Mickey Hollister, and former schoolmaster James Wallraven, who has been accused of pedophilia and reduced to working as a janitor in an art gallery.
Truman Capote's semi-autobiographical first novel about coming of age in the Deep South during the 1930s centers on 13-year-old Joel Sansom (David Speck), who reunites with his estranged father at the family's shabby plantation, where he must contend with his father's feisty mistress and a strange cousin. Against this less-than-ideal backdrop, Joel slowly matures into an upstanding young man.
After three days of steady, inconsolable rain, I walk through the rooms of the house wondering which would be best to die in.
Documentary on the life and works of American artist Mark Rothko
Greenaway's short documentary shows 26 bathrooms, each representing a letter of the alphabet.
Rural Illinois, 1985. When a same-sex family's teenage son invites a friend to stay overnight, their elaborate plans to appear "in the closet" backfire -- leaving only one chance to salvage their family's secret.
Abstract shorts about space.
Waiting Rooms is the story of the life of a family told in scenes all taking place in waiting rooms in the Austin, Texas area. The story is about growing up and finding out that what you want oftentimes ends up only being what you once wanted. An ensemble
Nothing more than a simple set up – four of Andrews’ company getting smashed in a seedy hotel room – this improvised look at men out to party is strangely spellbinding. There are the typical taunts about penis size and sexual prowess, and with liquor involved, things soon turn violent.
Phony spiritualists were given a good going-over in the early talkie melodrama Darkened Rooms. Evelyn Brent stars as Ellen, a fraudulent medium working in cahoots with genuine clairvoyant Emory Jago (Neil Hamilton). The plotline is secondary; the film's main purpose was to emulate the methods of such professional "de-bunkers" as Mrs. Harry Houdini by exposing the various tricks of the spiritualist's trade.
This drama-documentary evokes what it was like to work closely with Churchill in the Cabinet War Rooms during the dark days of the Blitz and the later bombing raids on London. The programme combines superb archive film from the Imperial War Museum’s vast collection, with atmospheric dramatisations actually filmed inside the Cabinet War Rooms – the real locations from where Churchill led the nation. Includes first-hand accounts which reveal the challenges of working with Britain’s bullish war leader at close quarters.
Brian and Jimmy go their separate ways after an unforgettable night. Will their hearts lead them to each other again? When Jimmy returns to room eight of a charmingly convenient hotel, he reminisces on a one-night stand that took place there. Flashbacks from a year earlier-- checking in, simple conversation, discovering love-- bring into question whether or not Brian will return as well
Arthur Conan Doyle reveals the story behind Sherlock Holmes and his mysteries by telling about Dr. Joseph Bell.
An estranged father, Eamonn, and his son, Sean, meet up after 15 years at a café in London to heal old wounds.
Documentary about a crew going from one orphanage to another in China to investigate these so called "dying rooms" were the orphanage workers leave baby girls to die.
This documentary follows singer-songwriter Brian Vander Ark, front man for the platinum-selling '90s band 'The Verve Pipe' as he embarks on his annual ambitious, intimate solo tour of the US. Follow Brian as he travels throughout his home state of Michigan, playing backyard concerts for his fans. We discover that the former rock-star has created a way to connect with the people who love his music most by checking his ego at the door and becoming an artist who makes a living on his own terms.
Changing Rooms was a do-it-yourself home improvement show broadcast in the United Kingdom on the BBC between 1996 and 2004. The show was one of a number of home improvement and lifestyle shows popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The show was later franchised, generally under the same name, for the local TV markets in the United States, New Zealand and Australia.
Four Rooms is a British television series that began airing on Channel 4 on 24 May 2011. The show, which is currently hosted by Anita Rani sees members of the public attempt to sell their valuable and collectible items in exchange for a cash offer from one of the four dealers.
Changing Rooms is an Australian lifestyle/home renovating television series aired on the Nine Network in 1998 until 2005, hosted by Suzie Wilks who was assisted by Peter Everett, James Lindsay, Catherine Morton and Tim Janenko-Panaeff.
Natalie Bassingthwaighte presents this fresh take on the classic series where creative families, friends and neighbours swap houses and decorate a key room, guided by leading designers.
If Arthur Conan Doyle based Sherlock Holmes on a real person to any degree, it was on his former professor, forensic pathologist Dr. Joseph Bell. This series recounts the fictional murder investigations that Bell might have undertaken with the assistance of young student Doyle.
Violeta returns to Spain to supervise the works that have to turn the family mansion into a museum. The appearance of a mummified body in a room reveals a secret from the past.
My Unexpected Housemate is a 2017 South Korean television program starring various artists.