THE ROOM will screen March 29th at 9pm to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its 2003 release. Star of the film Greg Sestero will be in-person with commentary on the film for the first time. Directed by Tommy Wiseau, this 99-minute R-rated film, is known for its cult following.
"Arguably, the best worst movie of all time." – Matthew Curtis, Enzian Programming Director said.
About the film: Johnny is a successful bank executive who lives quietly in a San Francisco townhouse with his fiancee, Lisa. One day, setting aside any scruples, Lisa seduces Johnny's best friend, Mark. From there, nothing will be the same again.
About Greg Sestero: He was born and raised in San Francisco with European parental influence and learning to speak both English and French. He holds dual citizenship in France and the United States. He studied at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco at 17 years old. Greg landed his first role at 18 on CBS hit show NASH BRIDGES in 1996. His starring role in THE ROOM would be in 2003. In 2013, he write a critically acclaimed best seller book entitled The Disaster Artist. The book chronicled his experiences working with director Tommy Wiseau. In 2014, the book was optioned into a feature film by Hollywood stars James Franco and Seth Rogen.