How does it feel to pour your heart and soul into a film, only for it to be ridiculed as history's most atrocious crime against cinema? How does it feel to hear your dialogue being greeted by gales of laughter? Isn't it hurtful to have people all over the world queuing to see your film, just so that they can jeer, heckle and throw things at the screen?
"It doesn't matter," says Tommy Wiseau, the star, writer, director and producer of The Room. "You see, in my family you can say what you want and it doesn't matter. But the kick is - you know what the kick is? The kick is you have to be respectful. So I encourage it, I encourage people to express themselves. People are astonished, but I encourage it."
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