Dave Franco and James Franco in a scene from "The Disaster Artist."
Photo courtesy of TIFF
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When James Franco set out to direct "The Disaster Artist," a faux behind-the-scenes look at the making of "The Room" – often called one of the worst films ever made – he said it was not to poke fun at the "Room" creator Tommy Wiseau. Franco, who also stars as the eccentric, strangely accented Wiseau in "The Disaster Artist," said he believed the film conveyed Wiseau's passion for the medium, despite "The Room" being critically panned.In "The Disaster Artist," Wiseau and Sestero become disillusioned with Hollywood.
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