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Room 314 (2006)

How many stories can one hotel room tell? Watch as five couples in different stages of relationships reveal what they really want to each other.

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Stacey
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Nick
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Gretchen
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Jack
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Harry
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Caly
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David
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Kathy
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Tracey
Laura Knight ...
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Room 314 is five different stories about five couples in various stages of their relationships. Longing for connection, underlying tensions, and need for understanding all swirl about as these couples struggle to say what they want and occasionally succeed. Nick and Stacey wake up and find they have to get to know each other again. An unexpected visit forces Harry to confront Gretchen. Jack and Kathy discover that their physical attraction could be something far more significant. Matt and Tracey push a game a little too far. And David and Caly struggle to redefine their relationship. Room 314 gives the audience a look at these characters that's so close as to be uncomfortable at times, but shows a universal truth: Wanting connection with someone else and knowing how to achieve it are two entirely different things. Written by Anonymous

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When Jack opens the door to admit Kathy (at around 5 mins), you can clearly see that the number of the room across the hall is 132. See more »

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16 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Just saw it. Nothing groundbreaking, I'm a fan of hand-camera, but this was too much. VERY poor acting. Also it should be mentioned that I am male, and I found this movie to be very sexist. All of the woman characters were written so poorly, they all said one of two things, sometimes both, repeatedly: "What?" "I don't know" usually followed by a dumb laugh of some sort. Really disappointing, could have been great. The actor that played David did a really good job, everyone else, not so much. There was also some scenes that, in my liberal opinion went a little too far. But that is just my opinion. See it for yourself, though I would only recommend the last segment. -Graham


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