Consider the following situation:
You are locked inside a cylindric container allowing you to move around freely without being in contact with any of the items or surfaces aboard. The container is floating in space, far from any gravitational field, and is spinning around - like a washing machine would do, at a constant speed.
My question is: Is there any speed limit that would make air resistance inside the container substantial enough so that you would start spinning also? How about the same situation, but in vacuum? Are there any factors that could cause you to start the spinning motion at all?