The Disaster Artist : My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made
by Greg Sestero, Tom Bissell
Editor: Little, Brown Book Group
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Soon a film, The Masterpiece, starring James FrancoIn 2003, an independent film called La Salle – starring and written, produced and directed by a mysteriously rich social ill-adjusted Tommy Wiseau – made its disastrous debut in Los Angeles.Described by one critic as “as stabbed me in the head”, the $6 million movie film won a total of $1,800 in box office and closed after two weeks.More than a decade later, La Salle is an international sectarian phenomenon, with legions of fans taking part in screenings featuring costumes, rituals, merchandising and thousands of plastic spoons.In The Catastrophe of the Artist, Greg Sestero, Tommy Costar, tells the film The Catastrophe of the Artist, Tommy Costar, tells the film the strange journey of infamy, explaining how the film has many absurd scenes and bits of dialogue came to be and to elucidate the mystery of Tommy Wiseau himself.But more than a funny riotously funny story about arrogant cinematics, La Catastrophe de l’ Artiste is an honest and warm witness to friendship.
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