I bought a case(!) of expired Kodak Gold from a camera store owner several years ago. His advice to me was to store the unexposed film in the freezer, and move rolls from the freezer to the refrigerator for a day, and then at room temp for a day before use. Exposed film, according to him, should be refrigerated as soon as possible if waiting for processing. All film should be stored in the snap tight plastic cans to protect against moisture. I have found an exposed roll in the camera bag after several months and it processed just fine. I think that if you're air-tight; original can, tupperwear, zip-lock baggie, the fridge should be fine. I keep mine in the original cans, and then in a baggie, and have devoted the "cold cuts" compartment in the 'fridge to all film.