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The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made Kindle Edition
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I think as fans we sometimes forget that these characters we see onscreen (and yell insults to on countless midnight screenings) are portrayed by actual human beings, separate from their characters. I loved reading about how Juliette Daniels ended up playing Lisa and Dan Janjigian's preparation for the Oscar-worthy role of Chris-R. The Disaster Artist has brought an entirely new dimension to The Room. The book's biggest feat was helping the reader understand Tommy Wiseau, as much as anyone can understand Tommy Wiseau. Some of the details that Greg shares with us break my heart. I now view Tommy in the same way one would view a vampire puppy-- with an equal mixture of "aw" and "eek".
I can be sure that the next midnight screening I attend, I'll be giggling to myself over how long it took to shoot the famous, "I did naaht heet her" line. Or over the real reason why Peter was blinking so much. Or whether the enigmatic Chloe knows what obscenities audiences yell when they see her name appear onscreen. Without this book I would never have known that I've memorized The Room better than Tommy Wiseau. It was a fantastic read and I'm so excited to see what Greg Sestero does next!
This book is a fascinating look into the making of the disaster. Knowing the background story behind various scenes has me wanting to go back and watch the film again to find the context! Must read for all Room fans.
While the movie is good, and Franco does a spot on impersonation of Johnny Wisaeu, the book offers far more detail and insight.
The only thing that lost me was how the author kind of spun the narrative into a story within a story with an alternative story/narrative/movie script about who Wiseau really is was. In one chapter he is describing the movie and then flashes back to when they met and showed the vision and inspiration for the movie. Not quite linear... but still an enjoyable book.