‘Realize What You Want to Accomplish’: Tommy Wiseau Has (Some) Incredibly Sane Advice

If nothing else, 'The Room' and the man behind the movie should inspire you to make your own film.

[Editor's note: With the release of The Disaster Artist, the story of the making of The Room (arguably the best "worst movie ever"), we're revisiting this NFS interview with The Room writer/director/producer/star Tommy Wiseau that was originally published on May 15, 2015. Enjoy.]

Tommy Wiseau is as much of an enigma as his 2003 film The Room, which has been playing consistently to cult audiences for over a decade. Simultaneously ineffable and cognizant, the director of what has been called one of "the worst movies ever made" offers us his filmmaking philosophy and advice to new filmmakers.

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