In a hotel in Copenhagen, disparate lives intersect through accident or fate. A stewardess desperate for intimacy. An immigrant obsessed with revenge. A hotel manager lost in despair. A wife abandoned by her husband. A receptionist with blood on his hands. People meet in the intimacy of hotel rooms, secrets are revealed and unexpected events merge into a dramatic tale of love and longing.
Birgitte Stærmose was born in 1963 in Denmark. She received her MFA in Film and Media Arts from Temple University in Philadelphia. Her early work includes the award-winning short films »Now, Look at Me« (2001), »Small Avalanches« (2003), nominated for Best European Short at EFA, »Letters from Denmark« (2006), »Principles of Attraction« (2006), and »Sophie« (2006) which screened in competition at Sundance. »Out of Love« (2009) won the Prix EFA in Rotterdam and received a Special Mention at the Berlin Film Festival's Generation 14plus. In 2011, she completed her feature film, »Værelse 304«/»Room 304«.