Washed-up pop star (Paul Hilton) arrives at the Cliff Edge Hotel looking for inspiration and meets a guilt-ridden woman (Maxine Peake), who is desperate to recover her past. An older woman (Marjorie Yates) checks into a room to kill herself, but encounters a chambermaid (Ania Wendzikowska) who just won’t let her die. A blind date set up on the Internet between two teenagers (Joe Dempsie, Nichola Burley) fails to turn out like either of them expected. Over the course of two days and one night the hotel guests, frozen into the snowy landscape, begin to thaw- and to find... a purpose that connects them all. [show more]
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A hotel along the steep cliffs of Dover provides the backdrop for several stories of lost souls and desperate characters in this drama from British filmmaker Carol Morley. Elderly and out-of-sorts Wendy (Marjorie Yates) checks into the Cliff Edge Hotel and immediately retreats to her room to ponder a serious question -- what's the best way to end her own life? Philip (Joe Dempsie) has come to the hotel to meet a woman he's been communicating with on line for months, but when he finally comes face to face with Sophie (Nichola Burley), he soon learns she does not have romance on her mind. Glen (Paul Hilton) is a once-successful musician whose career has gone into a tailspin, and as he struggles to write new songs and make friends with the other guests, he becomes infatuated with Elly (Maxine Peake), who is trying to come to terms with a tragic event in her past.