In his feature film directorial debut "28 Hotel Rooms" Matt Ross examines what happens when a one-night stand becomes a long-term tryst.
The film stars Chris Messina and Marin Ireland as two business travelers who wrestle with the intoxication of sex and the confusion of loving more than one person after having a one-night stand.
Ross's film premiered at last year's Sundance Film Festival. It will also screen at this year's San Francisco Independent Film Festival on Feb. 17 and Feb. 20.
Described as “Same Time, Next Year” meets “Up in the Air,” the film is currently available through On Demand and Digital Download. It will be released on DVD / Blu Ray Feb. 12. For more info visit: www.28hotelrooms.com
Here's the synopsis:
Both traveling for work, in a city in which neither lives, a man (Chris Messina) and a woman (Marin Ireland) have a one-night stand. Months later, in another city, they run into each other in a hotel restaurant and sleep together a second time. Though she's married and he has a girlfriend, they decide to keep meeting. This begins an unexpected love that slowly evolves into a profound relationship and threatens to impact everything else in their lives. The film unfolds as a collage of moments -- some mundane, some profound, some silly, some intimate -- that attempts to tell a more complete story of a relationship. "28 Hotel Rooms" is an intimate portrait of an affair in which follows two people as they wrestle with the intoxication of love and the pain, guilt, and confusion of loving more than one person.