In a dystopian near future, single people, according to the laws of The City, are taken to The Hotel, where they are obliged to find a romantic partner in forty-five days or are transformed into beasts and sent off into The Woods.
Michael Stone, an author that specializes in customer service, is a man who is unable to interact deeply with other people. His low sensitivity to excitement, and his lack of interest made him a man with a repetitive life on his own perspective. But, when he went on a business trip, he met a stranger - an extraordinary stranger, which slowly became a cure for his negative view on life that possibly will change his mundane life.Written by
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky airport has signs indicating that the possession of concealed weapons are not allowed posted at every entrance, and has had therm since the Concealed Carry law was enacted in that State in the mid-90's. There are no signs shown here, even though it is said to be 2005. See more »
I found this movie through a forum and saw that it had an 8/10 rating and was supposedly inspirational...now I feel like I must do my part to lower this rating and save other peoples time. I found myself waiting for something to happen, and suddenly the credits are rolling. If there is anyone out there who would ever see this movie twice, please see a psychotherapist. I don't mind watching a well made movie without a happy ending...but please...there is nothing about this movie that I can hang my hat on and say it was good...Please DO NOT waste your time.
This movie is the equivalent to the art display in a museum of human excrement that everyone is surrounding and taking pictures, clamoring that its a groundbreaking and heart provoking display.
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