The Room

Tommy Wiseau’s cult film returns to the Art May 5!

R, 100 minutes

A black hole of cinema, an inverted masterpiece, an unknowingly-perceptive depiction of toxic masculinity, THE ROOM is arguably the Worst Movie Ever Made, and the experience of watching it live in a theater is arguably the Most Fun One Can Have. Produced, written, directed, and starring the enigmatic Tommy Wiseau, this “passion project” has become one of the biggest cult fans of all time. Come see what all the fuss is about when the Art screens this tale of deception and betrayal. (And remind ourselves of its genius before James Franco’s well-received biopic THE DISASTER ARTIST premieres later this year!) (2003, Tommy Wiseau, US, R, 99 min, DCP)

“What shall I yell at the screen, and when?” Read the Viewer’s Guide here!

 


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