Permanent Vacation takes a mediative look inside hotel rooms where lives are in almost permanent stay, an observation into modern day transient societies.
The film looks into peculiar ways of living, how some people lead a life that is distinct.
In Permanent Vacation we follow on the theme of lethargy and solitude. It delves into how places that we choose to live in or pass-through can define our characters and lives.
“Millions of empty rooms with TV sets turned on.
I wasn’t there yet I saw everything.
Titanic on the screen like a birthday cake sinking.
Poseidon, the night clerk, blew out the candles."
— Hotel Insomnia by Charles Simic