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Hotel Infinity (2004) Movie



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Overview

Language
English

Country
UK

Ratings / Votes
6.7/ 10 (45 Votes)

MPAA Ratings

Production Company
Picture Farm [gb]

Production Designer

All Producers

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Release Date
(UK) - July 2004
(UK) - 27 August 2004

Running Time
9

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Technical Support
CAM:Arricam LT, Cooke Prime Lenses
LAB:Technicolor
OFM:35 mm - (Kodak)
PCS:Digital Intermediate - (master format)
PCS:Spherical - (source format)
PFM:35 mm - (Kodak)
RAT:1.85 : 1



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Genres

  1. Drama
  2. Fantasy
  3. Short

Full Plot

There was once a hotel in the mountains that was so popular with guests, the manager decided to extend it. Yet still it remained full. The Manager continued to extend it, until eventually it became infinitely large. One day much to his surprise, no spare rooms could be found in his now infinite hotel. All the mathematical calculations, which he normally relied on to find the rooms, just wouldn't work... Anonymous Plot not found

Total Business

CP: Picture Farm and UK Film Council

Cinematographers

  1. Taczanowski, Hubert

Dress Designers

  1. Perry, Sam (IV)

Film Editors

  1. Arnold, Mags

Misc

  1. Gwynne, Laura (script supervisor)
  2. Hawksley, Jack C. (production runner)
  3. Lim, Jennifer (I) (translator)
  4. Quinn, Sue (I) (location consultant)
  5. Schofield, Mark (I) (production assistant)
  6. Shtarbakova, Velina (production accountant)
  7. Spencer, Harrier (floor runner)
  8. Spencer, Harriet (set runner)
  9. Tempest, Piers (production executive)
  10. Wang, Snow (chaperone)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Bethnal Green Town Hall, Bethnal Green, London, England, UK
  2. Bethnal Green, London, England, UK - (interiors)
  3. Villars-sur-Ollon, Canton de Vaud, Switzerland - (exteriors)

Trivia

- This film is based around David Hilbert's Paradox of the Grand Hotel; a mathematical paradox relating to infinity. In the presentation of this paradox a hotel with an infinite number of rooms, and an infinite number of checked-in guests, can be shown to accommodate arbitrary numbers of additional guests, which raises interesting questions regarding countable infinities and the implausibility of real-world infinite objects.

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