The hilarious and inspiring story of how a mysterious misfit got past every roadblock in the Hollywood system to achieve success on his own terms: a $6 million cinematic catastrophe called The Room.
Anyone who has seen Tommy Wiseau's The Room will have had questions. Many, many questions. It's a move that asks so many questions that even on repeated viewings, you're no closer to answers. Well, ten years after the fact, Greg Sestero (who played Mark in the movie) has given us some of the answers we've been looking for in his 'tell all' book The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made - a hilarious recount of one of the most baffling films ever committed to cinema.
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