Enter the bizarre world of the movie "The Room," It's been described as the "Citizen Kane"of bad movies, with its poor acting, huge plot holes and peculiar filming techniques.
Greg Sestero, who played a major character in what became a cult classic, describes the surreal experience of making the film in his book "The Disaster Artist."
Hilarious, intelligent and unexpectedly touching, "The Disaster Artist" details two actors on their way to stardom, however unexpected the journey and the destination.
To see an extended review of this book, visit www.roanoke.com/ living/books.
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