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Les Palmer: Blown off again

...Room 211. I tried to open the door with one of the key cards he gave us, but no luck. I took the cards back, the desk clerk swiped them through a machine, handed them back, and said, "Sorry about that." This time, the door opened.It's...
Redoubt eruption resumes: Saturday morning ashfall blankets south peninsula

...and Seldovia. "The last eruption was nothing. This time we absolutely got hit with ash," said Carrie Campbell, a desk clerk at the Land's End Resort in Homer. "We got about an eighth of an inch of ash this time, and it's just blowing...
?Vacancy? leaves empty feeling

...plan, the bitter couple trek back to the Pinewoods to wait out the mechanic?s early morning return. A decidedly odd desk clerk sets them up in the honeymoon suite, a crummy room of the type where you don?t take off your shoes and you sleep on...
Seward Hwy. likely closed until noon

...usual," she said. "But, I hear that we are supposed to get another good downfall this evening." Rick MacBean, a desk clerk at the Driftwood Inn in Homer said the weather had all but cleared up as of 5 p.m. Tuesday. Residents, however...
English Dogma

If your average desk clerk seeks words that best work his diction is easily designed. But if a poet, per se wants words that can play; proverbial puppies...
The Fairy

Now Playing Synopsis: The Belgian comedy team of Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon, and Bruno Romy return in this story of a man who finds love under unexpected circumstances. Dom (Abel) works nights at a hotel as a desk clerk and regularly deals with a parade of eccentric guests, most notably a British tourist (Philippe Martz) who won't take a hint that his menagerie of pets is not welcome. Dom hardly thinks anything of it when Fiona (Gordon) appears and announces she's a fairy who will grant him three wishes in exchange for a room. To Dom's surprise, when he asks for a new motor scooter and an endless supply of gas, Fiona actually shows up with a scooter, and as the two spend more time together, he finds himself falling deeply in love with her. But Fiona isn't really an enchanted being -- she's an escapee from a mental institution, and when she ends up back in the hospital after giving birth to Dom's child, he hatches a plot to break her out. Co-starring Romy as a bartender with vision problems, La Fee (aka The Fairy) was an official selection at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon, Philippe Martz, Bruno Romy Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review



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