The Disaster Artist (2017) - full transcript

When Greg Sestero, an aspiring film actor, meets the weird and mysterious Tommy Wiseau in an acting class, they form a unique friendship and travel to Hollywood to make their dreams come true. - stop by if you're interested in the nutritional composition of food
If you were to ask
the five best

filmmakers in the
world right now

to make a movie like this,

it, it wouldn't even be
in the same universe.

I was blown away.
Like, like three minutes in

I turn to my friend and go,

"This is the fucking
greatest movie

I've ever [chuckling]
seen in my life."

It has withstood,
like, ten years.

And people are still
watching a movie

and talking about a movie.

People aren't doing that about
whatever won the Oscar

for Best Picture ten years ago.

What genius is behind this?

Tommy wanted to break...

Tommy wanted to break
barriers in filmmaking.

I think that he had a
very clear vision.

He is a figure of mystery
where, you know,

you do wanna learn
more about him.

Who is this man?
Who is this auteur?

The kind of sheer
ambition of it is...

is incredible.

The numbers probably prove

how unlikely it is that
you'll make it.

If I had a time machine,
I wouldn't

go do a bunch of st...
uh, stuff you...

I would go back
and try and get on that set,

just to watch
and feel what it was like.

'Cause it has
to be unbelievable.

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We'll hang ourselves tomorrow.
Unless God-oh comes.

And, and if he comes?

We'll be saved.


Sh... Shall we go?

Pull on your trousers.


Pull on your trousers.

You want me to
pull off my trousers?

I want you to stop. Stop.

Jesus. That was
painfully unremarkable.

Rob. Y-You're like a robot.

- Yeah.
- And it's "Godot."

- Sorry.
- And Greg.

You're so scared.
And so insecure.

You're like a,
like a wounded puppy.

Do you even want to be an actor?

Uh, yeah, m...
more than anything.

Okay, well, then it must
be a big secret,

because I can't tell at all.

You've been coming to class for,
like, two months now.

And, um...

you need to,
to loosen up and relax.

You gotta really
just expose yourself

or no one's ever gonna care.

- Okay, Greg?
- Yeah, okay.

Okay. Thank you.

Okay, who here can really reveal
themselves to the class?


I go.

Great. What do you
have for us today, Thomas?

It Tommy.

Always Tommy.

You, come on, we do scene.


What are we doing?

Do you know?

Just go with it.


[groaning] Stella.



[man] What is he doing?

[groaning] Stella!


[chair clatters]

[groans] Stella! Stella!



[man 2] Oh, no.
I think he's nailing it.




[groaning] Stella. Stella.


Don't ever leave me, baby.

Uh... Thank you for that.

[Greg] Hey.

Uh, e-excuse me.



Um, I'm... I'm Greg.

Yeah. I see you in there.

Um, I was, I was just
wondering if you maybe

wanted to do a scene together?

You want to do scene with me?




No blitzing! Hit it! Hit it!

Yeah! That's my boy!

[grunts] What you got?

Oh, oh. Hey, hey. Car, car.
Sidewalk. Sidewalk.

Hey, j... Uh, give
me a second, guys.


All your friend little kid?

[chuckles] Yeah, no, I was,
I was just waiting for you.

Okay. Get in.

I, I thought we were
just gonna do it at my place.

No, I have to eat.

Don't worry, I know a great place.
You'll love it.

O... Okay.

And bring football.


All right, I'm gonna,
I'm gonna go, guys.

I'll see you guys later.

Nice car.

Why? You poor?

Oh, no, just, you know, none of
my friends have a car this nice.

'Cause all your
friends little kid.

[chuckles] Yeah, no, I just mean
it's expensive.

It's nice. That's, that's all.

Don't talk about me.


What I drive. What I say.
What I do.

Don't tell anybody.
You understand, yeah?

- Yeah, no, I... I won't.
- Okay.

And don't look at robot crab.
He shy.

Bye, little kids.

So. Why you bring me here?

Wha... What do you mean?

Scene partner.

That joke?

- No, not at all. [chuckles]
- Then what, Greg?

I don't see point.

Okay. Um... All right, listen.

When, um, when I,
when I get up

on stage in front of people,

it's like all I can
think about is, uh,

"What if, what if they laugh at
me or if I embarrass myself?"

Um, but you, man, you're, like,
fucking fearless, and I just...

I... I wanna feel that, too.

I just, I want, I want that.
I want what, what you have.

And I just, I...
I figured I could,

I could learn something
from you.

- That's... That's it.
- Oh, all right.

- Yeah.
- Let's do scene.

Oh, you wanna, you wanna
do a scene here?

Are you not dedicated actor?

I'm dedicated. I just...

You know, there's other people
eating, and I just don't...

I don't care about these people.

Come on. You have to do it.

O... Okay. Yeah.

I'll play the man,
The Lightning-Rod Man.

And you play this
other one with the Z.

Uh, Zechariah. Zechariah.

- Yeah.
- Okay.

Good day, sir.

Uh... Good day.

Come on. You have to be louder.

Tommy, I just, I don't...

Don't worry about these people.

There only you
and there only me.

Now do it. Project.

- O-Okay.
- Good day, sir.

Okay. Um... um...

- Don't be weird. Just do it.
- Yeah, I'm... I'm...

I'm sorry...

H... Have I the honor... A visit,
uh, from the illustrious g-god,

- Jupiter Tonans.
- Okay, that's good.

- Okay, that's good. Keep going.
- All right. Uh... S... Uh...

So stood, stood he in,
in the Greek statue, uh, of old,

grasping the lightning bolts.

- Yeah. What you doing?
- If you be he or his viceroy,

- I... I have to, uh, thank...
- Okay, thank God.

I have to thank you for this
noble storm you have,

have brewed among our mountains.

Okay, that's great.
Now, we're at top of mountain.

The rain pouring, wind going.

[imitates wind blowing]

And the lightning, everything.

A very fine rod. I dare say.

And what are these particular
precautions of yours?

Close yonder shutter.

The slanting rain
beating through.

- Come on, come on.
- All right. Uh...

- Mountain top right now.
- Are...

- There's rain and wind going.
- Yeah.

Are... Are you, are you mad?

Uh... [stutters] Know you not
that, uh, yon...

yon iron bar
is a swift conductor?

Pray touch the bell pull there.

Uh... Are, are you frantic?
Are you frantic?

Never touch bell wire
in a thunderstorm.

Oh, wow.

- Nor ring a bell of any sort.
- Wow!

- [chuckles]
- How about this guy? Wow.

- Wow.
- Thank you.

Wow. Everybody got lucky today.

You don't have to pay
for this performance.

Thank you.
You're welcome very much.

[chuckling sigh] Tommy,
that felt fucking amazing, man.

There you go.
Now you're acting, Greg.

- [chuckles]
- That was like Shakespeare.

[Greg] Uh. Whoa.

How uh... how often
do you play football, Tommy?

I love football.

- You love it?
- It's nice to play?

Yeah, I agree.

- Great American game.
- Yeah.

Okay. Got it here.

You ever been to Los Angeles?

Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Once. Uh...
When I was little.

Yeah. My mom took me down there.

It's like, best two days
of my life.

Los Angeles,
everybody want to be star.

All the pretty boys,

they lining up
for their big shot.

Just, uh...
Just have to get lucky, I guess.

No. No. It's not luck, Greg.

Greg, you have to be the best.

You have to be
the best you can be.

And never give up.

Whoa. What are you...
What are we doing here?

What... [chuckles] Okay.

- All right.
- Touchdown!


- Touchdown!
- Touchdown!

This is a cool
fucking building, man.

How long have you lived here?

Must ask you again,
don't talk about me.

- Not to class. Not to anybody.
- Yeah, no. Of course.

This is it.


Come in.

You can go in there.

Maid on vacation.

[chuckling] Whoa.

Uh, Tommy, where, uh,
where're you from?

- From New Orleans.
- Uh, no, like uh, originally.

Yeah, that one.
You know, Louisiana.

[softly] Oh, okay.

The accent threw me off.

What accent?

You want a Red Bull?


When, uh... When was this taken?

Few years ago.

Really? You just...
You look so young in it.

Wow. Look at that.
Don't be smart guy.

- Oh, sorry man...
- Why don't you sit down, relax.

Yeah, yeah, no. That was...
my bad. I didn't mean to...

- Looking all my stuff.
- [laughing] Yeah.

- Sorry.
- A little bit nosy guy.


[both sigh]

Uh... so, wh... H... How did you
get into acting?

Oh. It always been dream.

- Long time.
- Yeah?

But I ignore it.

Then one day
I get into accident.

What happened?

Guy run red light, and smash.

- [sighs] Wow.
- Very bad for Tommy.

- [softly] Wow.
- I almost die.

- But then I survive.
- Wow.

It was like wake-up call,
you could say.

Yeah, definitely.

After that I stopped doing
all the other things,

and I go back to my dream.

And everybody say, "You such
crazy guy. So stupid guy."

I say, "I don't care. I do it."

- Yes.
- I know I can do it.

I get that. With me, everything
changed with Home Alone.

Oh. You, you're home
alone long time?

Uh, uh, the, the movie.
The movie Home Alone.

- Oh, it's movie.
- Yeah.

- With Macaulay Culkin.
- Okay.

Okay, um... Yeah, so, um,
anyways, that movie,

it... it spoke to me, you know?

It, it changed my life and,

and ever since then I just,
I have...

- Nev...
- I get it.

You want to be star.

Yeah, I've... I just wanted
to be in the movies.

You know, Greg,
you and me, we are the same.

Oh, yeah? How's, how's that?

We both have this dream.

Yeah. I guess we do.

And, for your information,
I was home alone too.

Except not movie,
in real life. [laughing]


Don't I buy you
everything you want?

A bicycle, you get
a bicycle. A car.

- You buy me many things.
- No, no, no.

- He bought me many things.
- We're not just buying things.

We give you love
and affection, don't we?

It's not a place for kids!

A minute ago you said
you didn't care if he drinks.

He said a little drink.

You're tearing me apart!

Oh, my God.

You, you say one thing,
he says another and everybody...

He's the best, I told you.

You're taking me apart.

Tearing. You're tearing
me apart.

Yeah, he's emotion.

- Moment to moment. Not plastic.
- I knew you'd like it, man.

You know, you could
be like Dean.


My God, you're behind
the schedule.

Listen to me, young man,

you have the gift,
you have the looks.

Yeah. Hey, if I can have
a career in this business,

so can you, man.

- Uh... I don't want career.
- You don't want a career?

- I thought that's...
- I want my own planet.

Uh, your own planet?

Yeah it's cool. Everybody love
each other.

That's why it's the best planet.

Sounds great.
Sounds ideal, really.

- [laughing]
- I have a present for you.

Welcome to my planet, Greg.

- [laughing]
- [laughing] Oh, my God.

Yeah, yeah.
Rebel Without A Cause,

East of Eden, and Giant.
That's it.

- Wow.
- Yeah.

Three movies,
then all of a sudden he's dead.

- That's so crazy.
- Yeah.

- Tragedy.
- It is.

You know, he died
just a little bit south of here.

I wanna go one day,
to the crash site.

Pay my respects.

Why don't we go now?

Now? No, Tommy,
it's not that close.

It's like 300 miles away.

300 mile, who care?
We just do it.

It would take hours, man.

Okay. Then you drive.

[whispering] What?

- Tommy, are you serious?
- Yeah I'm serious.

Greg, the Dean won't go to you.
You have to go to the Dean.

All right, fuck it. All right.
[laughing] Let's do this shit.

- Road trip!
- Road trip!

I'll miss him. Very much.

His whole life people tell him,

"You're not good enough.
You'll never make it."

- But he doesn't listen.
- He show them all.

That'll be us one day, Greg.

I... I... I hope we're not dead
on the side of a road.

No, not that part.
That we be famous.

We'll show them. You'll see.

- Yeah, maybe.
- No, Greg, listen.

- Give me pinky.
- [laughing] What?

- What are we, ten years old?
- We pinky swear.

Right here, right now.
We make pact.

That we always push each other,

that we always
believe in each other,

and that we will
never forget dream.

All right.

- Okay?
- Okay.

- [Tommy shouting]
- [Greg laughing]

- Woo! James Dean!
- Oh, we miss you, James!

We with you, brother, always!

["Never Gonna Give You Up"
by Rick Astley playing]

♪ Never gonna make you cry
Never gonna say goodbye ♪

♪ Never gonna tell a lie
and hurt you ♪

- [laughing]
- I think it about us, huh?

Maybe. [chuckles]

- Yeah, maybe.
- [chuckles]

You know, Greg,
I've been thinking.

We should move to Los Angeles.

Really. It where
everything happening.

Yeah, I fucking wish.

- So, why not?
- Um...

For one, I, I can't afford it.

[scoffs] It not problem.
We just go stay at my place.

Wait, wait. You have
a place in LA?

Yeah. I have
apartment I rarely use.

We can go there together.

[stuttering] Wait, Tommy,
you have an apartment

in LA and San Francisco?

- Yeah...
- How,

how do you afford that? Wh...

Greg, money not issue.
I told you.

Tommy, are you...
You're being serious right now?

Yes, Greg.

But the real question,

are you serious?

[stuttering] Yes. Let's do this!

- All right! Roommates.
- Roommates.

Yeah, I see you smiling,
Baby Face. It's gonna be great.

♪ I never gonna give you up
Never gonna let you down ♪

[Tommy and Greg]
♪ Never gonna run around ♪

♪ and desert you ♪

[woman] Greg!

Greg, Greg, have you
lost your mind?

What... You're leaving now?

- Yeah.
- No. No. This is absurd.

You can't just pack up
and move to Los Angeles.

What are you gonna do for money?

I have money saved
from my modeling jobs.

From your mod... [scoffs]

That money's gonna
last you two weeks.

Then what are you gonna do?

Then I'll get a job or...

I don't know,
but I'll figure it out.

What about this Tommy person?

You barely know this guy, you're
moving in with him?

He's being a good friend.
He's just looking out for me.

Oh, my God. Greg.

Do you... Do you
understand how hard it is?

This acting thing?

You don't just show up in LA
and things happen.

It doesn't work like that.

You have to know people.
You have to be very lucky.

You have to work really hard.

You have to be talented.


I... I didn't mean it like that.

- [car honking]
- Oh, my God.

[Greg sighs]

- Okay. Good.
- What are... Mom!

- No, I'm gonna meet Tommy.
- No, no, no, no, no. Mom.

- Please, you don't... Why? Why?
- I'm gonna meet your little,

your little friend Tommy.
This is gonna be good.

- Come on.
- Hello! Hi!

- Hi!
- Why is he driving a Mercedes?

- It's complicated.
- Greg, wait, wait, wait, wait.

I have an idea, why don't you
guys come in for a second,

and we'll get to know each other
a little bit.

- We can't.
- We don't have time, Mom.

You're on a schedule?

Mom, just come
give me a hug, please.

Just a second. Just a second.
Just a second. Just a second.

It's quite a fancy car you
have here, Tommy. Wow.

Wow. How...

How old are you?

- Wow, what a question, my God.
- That's a personal question,

you can't ask people
that question.

- Don't worry, I'm Greg age.
- You're 19?

[Greg's mom] Yeah.

I just turned 14.

Wow. Happy birthday.

Okay, Tommy, what is it about

my son that you find so

No big deal. Baby Face cool guy.

- Baby Face.
- Okay, all right, Mom.

- Baby Face?
- It's a long drive.

Oh, my God.

Look at me. It's gonna be fine.

[chuckling] It'll be fine.

I'm gonna call you
right when I get in, okay?

She crazy.

[whispering] What?
Tommy, shut up.

- Wow.
- ♪ Hit it ♪

["It Takes Two" by Rob Base and
DJ E-Z Rock playing]

See? Almost to Los Angeles.

Oh, shit!

[indistinct chatter over music]

♪ One, two, three,
get loose now ♪

♪ It takes two to make a
It takes two to make a ♪

♪ It takes two to make ♪

♪ It takes two to make
It takes two to make ♪

Home sweet home.

It's not castle, but it's okay.

Just my pied-à-terre.

- It's perfect, man.
- Yeah.

Is it, um, just the one bedroom?

You don't want to
share bed with me?

Uh, um...

I just joking.
[imitates laughter]

Oh, my God.
You should've seen your face.

[laughs] Yeah, you got me.

- Don't worry. You take bedroom.
- No. No, Tommy, no.

I just maybe put up some curtain

and make little room in
corner or something.

No, Tommy. No way.
I'll just take the couch.

This is great, I swear.

No, no. I insist.

I want you to be my guest.
Like Beauty and Beast.

I will be Beauty, of course.

[smirks] Of course.

- Ha, ha, ha, ha.
- Ah, man.

Man, you've had this place
this whole time?

Yeah. I... I had it
several years now.

And, and, you've never
wanted to like,

move down here yourself

and give acting a real shot?

Well, I never had friend
to do it with before.

Come on. Want to show
you best part.

- Come on.
- Yeah. Yeah.

Look. There it is.

- That's incredible, man.
- Yeah.

We are doing this.


- We are doing this.
- Tomorrow,

this will all be yours, Greg.

[yells] We will own you, LA!

Watch out, here we come.

[Greg] You will know our name!

["Good Vibrations" by Marky Mark
and the Funky Bunch playing]

♪ You feel it, baby ♪

♪ I can too ♪

♪ Come on, swing it
Come on, swing it ♪

Okay, too much wind machine.
Blow me away, my God.

♪ It's such a good vibration ♪

♪ It's such a sweet sensation ♪

♪ It's such a good vibration ♪

♪ It's such a sweet sensation ♪

- ♪ Yo, it's about that time ♪
- [song fades]

[man] So are we the first agency
you've met with?

- Uh, yeah.
- Oh, well. These are great.

Uh, well, thanks, man.

Yeah. These are great.
Are you funny?

Uh, yes. Yeah.

'Cause you should get
a character headshot.

Yeah, no, yeah.
Show my comedic side.

Yeah. Just one
that's you, but... You know?

Gain weight.
Would you do that for a role?

- One hundred percent.
- And then immediately lose it?

Yeah. You know what, I'm...

Whatever I need to do, right?

One second. Ah, could you
get Iris in here for a second?

- [woman on speaker] Yes, sir.
- Thank you so much.

- Yes, sir.
- [hangs up phone]

[Iris] Where's the fire?

- [man laughing]
- Hey, I'm... I'm Greg.


[nervous laughter]

Stand up.

- You want me to turn?
- Hmm.

- What's with the dyed hair?
- Frosted tips.

I, I... I can... I'm not married to it.
I can... Okay.

You seeing anybody else?

I, I... No. I wasn't...

I wasn't...
wasn't planning on it.

No, you're mine.

You got it?

- Yeah, no, I...
- Good buddy. Sign him up.

I like this one.

Welcome to Iris Burton Agency.


- Okay...
- ♪ Finally ♪

Wow, you got agent, Greg.
It's celebration.

So, you must
tell me everything.

What do you mean?

The acting business.

How to become big star,
like you.

Big star? Tommy, I'm not a star.

Okay. So modest, this guy.
Come on, you're on your way.

[laughs] All right,

I'm just trying
to think of where to start.

- Need agent.
- Yeah.

But that's kinda
the hardest part.

You already have agent, right?


Okay, so you just tell 'agent
about me.

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪

You know what, that could work.

- I've never...
- Oh, my God.

- Love this song!
- Oh, yeah, you...

I have to dance, Greg.

Yeah, do... do what
you gotta do.

God, come on.

- Oh, no, no, no. Not me. Not me
- Come on. Come on, Greg.

- No, I'm like the goofiest dancer.
- You have to do it!

- No, please.
- Don't worry. I'm great dancer.

- Come on.
- [laughing] No.

[Greg] Oh, my God.

Wh... Wow.

[Tommy singing along] ♪ This
is the rhythm of the night ♪

Hey, do you need another?
Vodka soda?

Uh, yes, please. Thank you.

♪ [Tommy] The rhythm
of the night ♪

Your friend is unique.

Yeah, yeah, he's, uh...
That's a good word for it.

Have I seen you
someplace before?

I, I don't know. I, uh...
I'm an actor...

I know.
You're always at that, um...

Poquito Más. In the Valley.


And, you know, next time,
next time you see me there

you should come over
and say hello, or, or whatever.

Yeah, or you could just
give me a call.

My name is Amber.

I may have been trying
to impress you...

- [Amber] You're lying.
- Greg! Come on, Let go.

Yeah... Dude, just one...
[chuckles] Um...

- [Tommy] I wanna go!
- I guess we are going.

But, uh, thank you anyways
for the drink.

Oh, yeah. This one's on me.

- Come on. This bar suck.
- Uh...

Okay, I should really, um...

- Yeah. All right. See ya.
- All right. Bye!

- Talk soon.
- Bye!

He's crashing.
Come on, Senator!

Stay with me.
I ain't losing you tonight.

- We're losing him.
- Goddamn it!

Rule to my class are simple.
Work hard. Show up on time.

Try not fall asleep, everybody.

Any question before we start?

It sounds like you're doing...
Am I hearing an accent?

Uh, no, no. What do you mean?

Because I'm hearing kind of
an Eastern European accent.

No, that is, uh, that's from
New Orleans.

Where? What?

New Orleans, you heard...
you know...


- The Big Easy.
- Oh, New Orleans.

[laughing] I thought... I didn't
know what you were saying.

- Okay. Yeah, well...
- Okay. Can we just

try to lose the accent?

Take it again.

[garbled speech] The rules to
the class are simple.

Work hard.

Show up on time.

Try not to fall asleep.

Any questions before we start?

Um... I think...
that about does her.

- Well, I've been watching you.
- Watching me?

I auditioned for that part.

- That guy?
- Yeah.

You're way more
attractive than that guy.


- Yeah.
- Hey, Greg!

Tommy. Hey.

- Hey!
- Who's this?

Uh, this is Amber.
Who I was telling you about.

- Oh, girlfriend.
- Uh... I don't know. Uh...

Okay. Well, I don't
have time for this.

I'm very busy right now.

I have to change
really quickly and go.

Okay. Is everything all right?

Yeah, everything great
on my end.

You heard of
Konstantin Stanislavski?

Of course, yeah. He's, like,

the greatest acting
teacher of all time.

Yeah. And now he
Tommy acting teacher.

He seen something
special in me.

You know,
maybe I become big star.

So I have first class
this evening.

I'm pretty sure
Stanislavski is dead.

No, he not dead.

I just speak to him,
for your information.

What you think
I speak to, ghost?

- [both] No.
- No.

Maybe ghost real,
but I can't talk to them.

- Hey, no. Tommy, we're happy for you.
- I'm sorry. Sorry.

That... That's exciting.

Okay. I'll let you know
how it is, Baby Face.

Maybe you can join me some day.

Maybe I will.

When you not so busy.

[whispering] I'm so sorry.

Did he call you Baby Face?

Bring girlfriend over. Watching
Gilmore Girls. Whatever.

Love is not love, when alter...

when alteration find.

- Stop.
- [stutters]


What, uh, exactly,
were you doing there?

I do sonnet. You know sonnet?

Yeah. I know what a sonnet is.

But, I think what I'm asking is,

why on Earth would you choose...
to do that, here?

I do the Shakespeare.

Have you, uh,
looked at yourself?

- Yeah, I see myself.
- This is... No offense.

You have a malevolent,
uh, presence.

You are a perfect villain.

I'm not scary guy.

I can see you as Dracula,

- I'm not Frankenstein.
- [class laughing]

I'm trying to give you
a shortcut to success.

Keep your shortcut
in your pocket.

Have you read any Shakespeare?

I know all Shakespeare.

- Well, The Tempest?
- Yeah.

- You're Caliban.
- Yeah, what he do? He hero?

No. He's the ogre that
guards the island.

What's this ogre? [scoffs]

Ogre. I am hero.

And you all are villain.

Yeah. You all laugh. Ha, ha, ha.

You know what,
that what villain do.

Okay. Ha, ha, ha, ha.

["What You Want"
by Mase playing]

Dude, it's been a fucking year.
You know what I mean? Like...

I did this HBO thing,
where I'm like, the second lead.

Things be going crazy.

Yeah, no, it seems that way.

This is where shit fucking...

Yeah, no. You're gonna
take off after this.

- [mimics rocket ship]
- This is like...

You're going. That's...

You know, I'm happy for you.

- What about you, though?
- [stuttering] I've been good.

Been working?

[stuttering] I don't know.

My agents are saying
it's kinda like

slow season or whatever. But...

No. There's never a slow season.

It's always shit working.

Do you, like,
call your agents every day?

Yeah, I mean...

Where you start, fire that
fucking spooky friend of yours.

That fucking vampire-looking

It's like... Who is he?

He's just, I don't know.
He's a friend.

- He's my roommate.
- 'Cause he's fucking...

You can't go anywhere
with that dude.

Hollywood's pussy dries up
when you walk in with this dude.


They just fucking clamp shut
like a fucking...

Hollywood puts on
a fucking chastity belt.

[man] Did you see the new,
uh, Star Wars?

[conversation continues]

[man] I kinda went for the
Jar Jar Binks thing.

It's pretty funny.

And, well, you know. It doesn't
really get you that far.

It's like too much action.
Like, it never stops.

There's no story.

And it makes me pass out.

A couple friends of mine
went and saw it recently.


You big Hollywood producer,
right? I see you on TV.

Ah, yeah. How are you?
Nice to see you.

Tommy Wiseau. Hi.

- Nice to meet you, thank you.
- Hi, young lady.

- Okay...
- I don't want to bullshit.

I don't want to do none
of the bullshit.

I'm very talented,

and I have many good ideas.

We're having dinner.

Okay? You don't walk up
to people's table and do this.

That's not how it works
in this business, okay?

Which way? Tell me how do it.

You can call my agency,
United Talent,

send your resume to United Talent
Agency, to David Krammer...

- Okay, I show you, okay.
- All right.

To be, or not to be.

That is the question.

Whether nobler in mind
to suffer sling and arrow...

Sir, I'm gonna have to ask you
to stop that.

Is this gentleman
bothering you?

What the fuck do you think?

- You don't like Shakespeare?
- Sir, I need you to leave.

Okay, I do
the Tennessee Williams.

I don't want Tennessee Williams,
I don't want Shakespeare.

- Stella!
- Okay! Now we're getting...

- Security. Security, no.
- I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

Sir, I'm gonna need you
to leave, right now.

Come here. Tommy...

Just because you want it
doesn't mean it can happen.

Okay? It's one in a million,

even if you have
Brando's talent.

It's not gonna
happen for you, okay?

- But now you have to go.
- Well, maybe I could... Maybe...

I'm not saying maybe. I'm
saying not in a million years.

- But after that?
- And not after.

- I'm sorry.
- I accept your apology.

I'm sorry, sir.
Is everything okay now?

Yeah. Thanks for rushing over.

He made it through two fucking
acts of Shakespeare.

[sorrowful music playing]

[keys jingling]




Tommy, you okay?

- You think I'm villain?
- What?

This town, Greg...
They don't want me.

They don't understand me.

Maybe I don't have what it take.

Yeah man. I know what you mean.

- You do?
- Yeah.

My agent won't return
my calls and...

All I hear is no, all day,
every day. It's...

It's fucking hard, man.

Nobody like me, Greg.

Nobody give me chance.

My whole life.

But... Hey.
We can't give up, right?


Maybe not worth it, Greg.

No, hey. Tommy, look at me.

Look at me.

When they told James Dean
he wasn't good enough,

did he listen to them?

- No.
- No.

No. Fuck that, all right?
He kept fighting,

and he showed them all.

And that's what we're gonna do.


All right, we said we were
gonna push each other.

Never give up on
our dreams, right?

Come on.

I just don't know how, Greg.

Wish we could just
make our own movie.

That great idea.

It'll be great drama.

Like the Tennessee Williams.

So there this guy Johnny.
A true American hero.

To be played by me.

He has it all.

Good look, good job,
many friends.

Greg, how long is movie script?

And then this girl,
this beautiful girl,

she betray him.

But then this Lisa
sleep with best friend.

We call best friend Mark.

After Mark Damon from
Talented Ripley Man.

And then this guy Johnny,
he go crazy.


He decide to kill himself
in front of the world.

And then he show them all.

[laughing] That's great.

And also maybe
Johnny is vampire. We'll see.

"Anything for my princess."

After everything he do
for everybody,

why would they do this to him?

My mind! Can't think.

"Two is nice,
but three a crowd."

"Two is nice,
but three a crowd."

But it's real life. People act
so strange these days.


You finished.

This my masterpiece.

Greatest drama
since the Tennessee William.

- The Room.
- The Room.

Nobody read it yet.

So today, you be first one.

Yeah. All right.

So read it.

Oh, you want me to
read it right now?

Yeah, what you think?

Okay. The Room.

[Tommy's voice]
I'll do anything for my girl.

You should marry Johnny.

Did you know that chocolate
is the symbol of love?

We can't do this anymore.

I keep thinking about your
strong hands around my body.

Anyway, how's your sex life?

I don't think she's
faithful to me.

Life is complicated.
The unexpected happens.

In a few minutes, bitch.

If a lot of people
loved each other,

the world would be a better
place to live.

- Done.
- [groans]

Well what you think?

I mean, it's great. That's...

I just, I can't...
I can't believe it, man.

You... You did this!

And of course you play Mark.

You, you want me
to play Mark in this?

Hey, big role. Second lead.

Well, yeah, it's a huge role.
Are you... Are you sure you...

If you don't want to do it,

Maybe Johnny Depp available.

No, no, no. I want it.
I... I want the role.

I'll take it.

It's like you say,
Hollywood reject us,

then we do it on our own.

Wait, you...
You have the money to make this?

I have. It's no problem.

You're really gonna
make this thing?

No, Greg. We are going to do it.


[both howling]

...and we're gonna have
everything you need.

We have a vast
assortment of lenses.

We've got cameras,
both digital and film.

- Here's our facility owner.
- Hey, Bill.

Come on over and meet
Tommy and Greg.

These are the guys
I was telling you about.

- Oh, hi.
- How you doing, man?

Hey, pleasure to meet you.

- How long is the shoot?
- As long as it takes.

All right.

We just wanna
make it right, you know?

Well, I think you're
gonna find everything

you need
here at Birns and Sawyer.

Our rental packages
start at about...

Wait, wait.
I stop you right there.

- Okay.
- We don't rent. We buy.

Is that not normal, or...

Industry standard is pretty much
that you

would rent the equipment

because it's so prohibitively
expensive to own.

Okay. I say no problem.

Okay. I guess we'll buy.

Wanna shoot 35 or HD?

Well, we'll shoot
both on this film.

Digital and film?

But you'd need, twice the crew,
uh... twice the equipment,

I mean, hell, both...

They're lit differently.
It's just not done.

- I have vision.
- Tommy's a pioneer, man.

He, that's... He wants to go
outside the box.

That's what he does.

So what? We have deal or what?

Uh, let us discuss...

Yeah. Just give us a minute,
you know? It's just...

You know, not normally
how we do business.

- This is weird.
- Who buys equipment?

Apparently this guy.

[Tommy] I don't know
about this guy.

Does he have the money?

I don't know
if he has the money.

We are a business, we sell
stuff, let's sell it to him.

Okay. I have an idea.
Follow my lead.

- What are you doing?
- Okay, okay.

Okay. So...

We are able to sell you
all the equipment you need.

- Okay!
- There we go!

Now you say yes.

And we're also

willing to give it to you
at a reduced rate,

if you decide to shoot
here in our studio.

- What do you think?
- We shoot here?

Yeah. We want to be in business
with you, Tommy.

Okay. We make American movie
with American discount.

- Perfect.
- Okay. That's a deal, all right?

["Can't Get you Out of My Head"
by Kylie Minogue playing]

- The character is Lisa.
- Okay. Is she...

you know, like, romantic,
or a scientist, or...

She's Lisa.

- Okay.
- All right. Now we do scene.


Okay, okay. Well, Johnny should
be here any minute.

Now you're riding horse.

Okay. Someone knock on door
while you're riding horse.

Who is it?

It's like rain. Like sexy rain.

So, I just want to introduce you
to some people.

Raphael, he's one
of our most experienced DPs.

- Ah, Director of Photography
- Oh, right, DP.

This is Sandy Schklair.
He's a script supervisor on...

- How many, Sandy?
- Forty-seven shows.

- Oh, wow. So many.
- Forty-seven.

That's a lot of movies.

- I'm Lisa.
- Oh, that like cowboy.

- She... She's a bit of a cowboy?
- No. You do it like cowboy.

I'm Lisa.

I don't want cowboy.
You're do like cowboy.

- Are you cowboy?
- No.

Don't. Just do the
opposite of that.

- Do the opp...
- [Greg] Yeah, yeah.

Okay. Now you're
playing saxophone.

Am I still the cowboy?

No. Just play saxophone.

[imitating saxophone]

Amy does hair and makeup.

This is Safoya.
She does costumes.

What do you think,
my character dress like this?

Um... Maybe we can get rid
of one of the belts.

What? No. No way.
Make my butt look good.

- [chuckles]
- Okay!

Pretend I'm boyfriend.

[screaming and crying]

And... what do you do?

You remember Bill?
You know Bill. Come on.

- I sold you the equipment.
- [laughing] Yeah.

- Right.
- Bill, I didn't know it was you.

And action.

I'm sorry, my darling.

All right. No. Start it over.

Do it like Shakespeare,
but sexy.


- Good day, Mark. I misseth you.
- [Tommy] That was great!

- Don't break character!
- Is Johnny there?

Okay. Everybody hired.

- Just like that?
- Yeah.

- [Sandy] Okay.
- [Raphael] That was easy.

You wanna, like, talk about
the vision of the movie, though?

Don't worry. We have plenty of time.
We talk about all this.

As the script supervisor,
it would be really helpful

if I could look at the script
for the movie first.

Everybody want script.
Don't be greedy, okay?

What we do, it's a little
unconventional, and so...


You're licking ice cream cone.

Okay, but it's really hot out,
so it's melting.

- Oh, okay.
- You have to lick it.

You better lick fast.

[Greg] Oh, no.
But now it's like brain freeze.

- Too much at once.
- Yeah. Get it all.

Yeah, you gotta
throw it all in...

Is this a real movie?

- I really wanna be in a...
- No. I stop you.

I don't make porno.

- Okay.
- I just do ice cream.

- I could try it again.
- No. Don't try it again.

You know what, you're hired.

- Aww, thank you so much!
- Okay!

["Epic" by
Faith No More playing]

♪ Can you feel it,
see it, hear it today ♪

♪ If you can't
Then it doesn't matter anyway ♪

♪ You will never understand it
'Cause it happens too fast ♪

♪ And it feels so good
It's like walking on glass ♪

♪ You want it all
but you can't have it ♪

Okay. Everyone, gather around.

Gather around, everyone.

Come on, don't be shy.

Everyone, come in.

I need cast, crew, Marcus.
Marcus, come here.

Get in here.

This Marcus. He does video.
Behind scenes, okay?

Get me now.
Face, and eyes and for speech.

Yeah. Do some
movement and stuff.

Okay! Today,
our top of mountain day.

Today we take first steps
on a great journey.

After today, which one of
ourselves will ever be same?

This play work if chemistry
between character make sense.

Human behavior. Betrayal.
It applies to all of us.

It's in ourselves.

You love someone, what is love?

You need to have spirit. Hope.

Be optimist.

But can you handle
all your human behavior

and behavior of others?

Right? Right?
See what I'm saying?

You don't wanna be good.

We're gonna be great.

Okay. I have one announcement.
This is bathroom.

I spend many dollars on this.

It's for me only.
Director only. Okay?

You know there's, like,
a real bathroom

with, like, doors and everything
right, right there.

This real movie set here.
Real movie set.

You know?
No Mickey Mouse stuff.

Copy that.

Okay. Enough pet talk.
We make movie. The Room.

- Yeah, The Room! Let's make a movie!
- [crowd cheering]

Okay, let's see what you've
got set up over here.

Great. We do alley scene.

This set of the alleyway

looks exactly like the real
alleyway out there.

That's right. That's why we
doing Hollywood movie, right?

Why don't we just shoot
in the real alleyway?

Because it's real
Hollywood movie.

- No, yeah, sounds good.
- Okay.

We need other camera right now.
Right here next to this one.

- Digital camera.
- Yeah. Sorry about that. Get the kit.

Let's go, everybody. Come on.

Let's go. It's with
Denny and Chris R.

What do I say?

Okay. We go over lines.
Don't worry, don't worry.

You deal with the light,
I deal with the actor, okay?

[Raphael] All right, people.

[Tommy] You play
basketball here.

And this guy come over, Chris R.

Chris R come over and
demand money, okay?

Cock sucking motherfucker!
Five fucking minutes!

Jesus Christ.

- Fuck you.
- You good? Any questions?

Yeah. Uh... How, how old
is my character supposed to be?

Like your age.
Like 15, 16 year old boy.

I... I'm 26.

Same thing, okay?
You look great.

And, and, uh, sorry. Uh...

Can I call him Chris
instead of Chris R?

It's just, I don't know why...

No. His name Chris R.
You call him Chris R.

Cock sucking motherfucker!

My God, this guy monster.

- Fuck, fuck!
- Okay, we go.

And don't be Brando today.
You might hurt yourself.

Okay. Okay.

All right. Picture's up.

Let's roll camera, roll sound.
Scene 109, take one.


- [basketball bouncing]
- Action.

Hey, Denny.

Hey Chris R.
I was looking for ya.

Yeah. Sure you were.

- You have my money, right?
- You wanna play some HORSE?

I don't wanna play
some fucking HORSE.

Where is my fucking money?

It's coming, it's coming.

What do you mean,
"It's coming?"

Just give me five minutes.

Five minutes? You want five
fucking minutes, Denny?

I don't have
five fucking minutes!

- Where's my fucking money, Denny?
- [Denny groans]

- [Denny panting, gasping]
- Tell me where my fucking money is, Denny.

Where's my fucking money, Denny?

- Goddamn it!
- No. God, please, no!

- Where is my fucking money?
- I don't have any!

- [Denny crying]
- [Tommy] Okay, okay!

- Okay, okay.
- Cut, cut, cut.

Cut, cut. Oh, my God, man.

Wow. You like monster, right?

- [Tommy] Little boy, you okay?
- [Greg] You okay, man?

- [Tommy] Little boy.
- [Greg] So good!

Oh, man. That's real.
That acting like real life.

Great one. Great take, everyone.

- Good job. All right.
- [clapping and murmuring]


Who do you think you are?
You're acting like a kid.

- Just grow up.
- Hey, who you calling "kid"?

Chill out, Mark.
I'm just trying to help.

You're having an affair
with Lisa, aren't you?


Okay, cut. Greg, come here.
I need to talk to you, okay?

What's going on, man?

- You gotta be aggressive.
- I know. I know.

This is your moment.
Go to edge of your moment.

All right? Intensity.

- Be aggressive.
- Yeah.

- All right.
- Great drama.

- Intensity, emotion.
- Thanks, Tommy. Thank you. Yes.

Okay. Okay. We go again.
We go again.

[Raphael] Okay. Here we go,

- [Raphael] Ready? Set.
- [Tommy] Okay.

- [Tommy] Ready.
- [man] Speed.

And action.

Wait a sec.
Who do you think you are?

You're acting like a kid.
Just grow up.

Hey, who you calling "kid"?

Look, chill out, Mark.
I'm just trying to help.

You're having an affair
with Lisa, aren't you?


- I'm right, aren't I?
- What?

[shouts] What are you, nuts?

- [groans]
- Cut!

- Wow, Greg! Give me five!
- [applause]

- Yeah? Better?
- Yeah. So intense!


Hello. How can I help you?

I'd like to cash this check
if, uh, possible.

Okay. Is, uh, 20s okay?

- It went through?
- Yeah.

That is shocking. [chuckle]
There's actually money in there?

This account?

It's like a bottomless pit.

- [whispering] Really?
- Yeah.

- Tommy?
- Yeah.

So, uh... what's the deal?

- Do you work with this guy?
- Yeah. He's a filmmaker.

- Oh.
- Yeah.

Working with him
on a movie right now.

- Okay.
- You a movie fan?

- Is it a period piece?
- No.


More spray. More spray.

[woman] You did a great job

- Oh, thank you. Thank you.
- [Tommy] Hi, Mark.

Oh, hi. Oh, hi, Mark. Hi, Mark.

- Hi, Mark.
- Hey, Tommy.

Hi, Greg.

Dude, first day in front
of the camera.

How are you feeling?
You excited? Nervous?

Nervous? Why you say that?
I'm not nervous.

Oh, no. Um...

- Hi Mark.
- Oh, just, um...

Man, before my first scene
I was like...

- I almost threw up. And it was...
- You think I'm nervous?

- Not at all, not at all. I just-
- Who says I'm nervous?

Fine. More spray.

- It's gonna look really wet.
- No. It's gonna look good.

It look good.
I know how it look.

Just wanna say good luck, man.
You're gonna do great.

Guys. Uh... We're five minutes
away from shooting.

- Great scene yesterday.
- Thanks.

Whatever, you do great
scene yesterday.

Maybe you think I don't
do great scene.

- Tommy, not at all.
- Where wardrobe girl?

- I'm sure she's...
- Where wardrobe girl?

Right here. Right here.

Where you been?
I been looking all over.

I just went to get ties.

We're ready now. Too late.
Already dressed.

But none of that matches. I...

Look, it's his first day under the camera.
He's just nervous.

Don't talk about me,
Greg, I hear you.

Okay, sorry.

I have ears,
for your information.

Are you gonna film with all that
stuff in your pocket?

I keep my stuff, sweetie.

Okay. Can I at least take
a photo for continuity?

Continuity in your forehead.

- What does that even mean?
- Don't take it personally.

He's in a crazy space.

We're gonna need
five more minutes for lighting.

No. I'm ready now!

Let's go. Let's go,
Sandy, come on.

- Ready to roll. Set. Ready. And action.
- Let's do it!

What line? What is line?

I did not hit her.
It's not true. It's bullshit.

I did not hit her.
I did not. Oh, hi, Mark.



What is line?

I did not hit her.
It's not true. It's bullshit.

I did not hit her. I did not.
Oh, hi, Mark.

Scene 112. Take 13.
Mark it. Action.

I did not hit her. I...

Okay. Okay. Line?

[all in unison]
I did not hit her.

It's not true. It's bullshit.

I did not hit her. I did not.
Oh, hi, Mark.

Take 17. Action.

I hit her.

No! Do you want to
change the line?

Script is script.
Script stays same.

You're doing great, man.
We'll get there.

Action. Action. Action! Action!

You have to say it loud.
I can't hear you in here.

- Say "Action" so I can hear.
- Okay.

- [door slams]
- Action!

I did not hit her.
It's not true. It's bullshit.

I did not hit her. I did not.
Oh, hi, Mark.

What the f...
Where are you looking?

It doesn't work
if you're looking at the camera.

- What?
- Take 67. Action.

It's not true. I did not
hit her. It's bullshit...



All right. I'm gonna fucking...
try something. I don't know.

- Fuck!
- Hey, hey, hey.

- What?
- Okay, um...

Maybe, maybe just use this.

You know, I think it'll help you
take your mind off...

- Water bottle?
- Hey, listen, listen.

What do you always say
to me, all right?

Intensity. Show emotion.
Throw it.

Do something crazy.
Use the bottle.

- Oh, show emotion.
- Yes.

That's easy part.

Why don't you say
that to me before, Greg?

- I don't know. I didn't...
- [softly] You see, Greg...

These other guys,
these other people,

they don't care like you care,
you know?

- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Okay. We do this together.

- Me and you, man. You got this.
- Show emotion.

- Okay. I do it.
- Okay. All right.

- All right.
- All right, let's see.

Oh, we got a bottle now.
Look out.

[Sandy] Action!

I did not hit her.
It's not true. It's bullshit.

I did not hit her. I did not!

- [bottle clatters]
- Oh, hi, Mark.

[all cheering]

I got it!

[cheering and whooping]

- We got that?
- Okay. Moving on now.

[Amber] Hey, babe.

[Amber laughing] Hey.


[laughing] Wanna take a break?

- Um...
- How's it going?

Are you feeling good?

I am. I am. Yeah.
Feels like it's coming together.

- Good.
- Yeah.

Tommy is...

- Tommy is...
- Settling.

Yeah. He's, he's stressed.

You know?
He, he did his first scene,

which, uh, took a million takes.

But, oh, acting it.

But, you know, he's, he's,
the director too.

And so that's like...

It's a lot.
A lot to think about.

Acting, directing, producing.

So he's doing, he's doing great.
He'll get there.

- Yeah.
- Yeah.

What do you do if it
turns out really bad?

- Like...
- It's not gonna be bad.

Like, if it turns out terrible.

- Would you, can you...
- That would, that would...

- ...take it off your IMDB?
- ...suck but...

But it feels good.
It feels good.

And it's, like, you know
when it's working or not,

and it's, it's really working.

- Good.
- Yeah.

I used to know a girl,
she had a dozen guys.

One of them found out about it,
beat her up so bad

she ended up in a hospital
on Guerrero Street.


- What a story, Mark.
- [Sandy] Cut.

[whispering] Why is he laughing?

- I have no idea.
- Weird time to laugh.

[normal voice] Uh...

Why don't we go one
more time, and uh,

let's just get a different
reaction to the story, okay?

Uh... Let's uh, let's roll
with tail slate.

- [crew member] Rolling.
- Okay.

- Everyone set?
- [Tommy] Yeah.

Ready, and, uh, action.

I used to know a girl,
she had a dozen guys.

One of them found out about it,
beat her up so bad,

she ended up in a hospital
on Guerrero Street.

[Tommy laughs]

- What a story, Mark.
- [Sandy] Cut!

- [Sandy] Oh, God. Okay. Uh...
- [crew muttering]

Hey, uh...

So, the story he's telling you,

- the one you yourself wrote.
- Yeah?

It's not a funny story, Tommy.

Yeah. I thought, I thought this
was a serious scene, Tommy.

- Yeah. Why are you laughing?
- Okay.

Well, sometimes people
do crazy things. Right?

Human behavior.

Okay, fair enough.
Maybe just get one

where you don't laugh at the story.

- Okay. Okay.
- Okay.

- Okay?
- Yeah.

Okay, we still rolling?

[female crew member]
We're still rolling.

- Okay, we're set.
- Okay, we'll pick it up.

- [female crew member] Go.
- All right. Set speed.

Ready, and action.

I used to know a girl,
she had a dozen guys.

One of them found out about it,
beat her up so bad,

she ended up at a hospital
on Guerrero Street.

[laughing] What a story, Mark.

- Cut!
- He's not gonna listen to you.

We're gonna be here all night.
Just call it.

All right. Cut, check it.
Great. I think we got it.

Okay, great. Check gate.

It's human behavior.

He knows nothing
about filmmaking.

He's a complete idiot. I don't
even think he's seen a movie.

He's clearly never
been on a set before.

What? Have you ever heard
about someone

producing, directing...

This guy doesn't know anything.

Talking all the time.

Who gives this guy money?

Oh, I don't even want
to get into that.

That's something
I don't even want to probe.

Oh, wow.

I love burrito.

Uh, Tommy. So, um...

The reason we brought you here

is because we've,
we've been talking,

and... we decided that we want
to move in together.


I sorry.


I have no room
for three people in my place.

Oh, no. That's, that's not
what I mean. Um...

No, Greg's gonna
move in with me.



Well, you, you know.
We've been going out

for a little while now,
and it just...

Kinda felt like the
right next step.

[both] The right time.


What about movie?

What about it?

What... Living together
and the movie

have nothing to do
with each other.


Tommy, I'll, I'll see you
on Monday.

I'll be there.

I have to go to bathroom.

Wait. Tommy, Tommy.

Dude, just cause I'm moving out

doesn't mean we're not gonna see
each other anymore.

It's all right.

It could've been worse,
I guess.


[enraged screaming]


- Everybody betray me!
- [groans]

Oh, my foot.

I hurt my foot.

Just another day at the office.

- Can you not right now?
- I need more lights over here.

- You, help him, you, too.
- Greg.

I need this look like Titanic.

- The Titanic?
- Yeah, that one.

- Yeah, yeah, trust me. It does.
- Okay.

- Okay, okay. We go.
- Tommy, Tommy,

this is not necessary.

Ver... Very necessary. Very...

I need to show my ass
to sell this movie.

- That's not true...
- At least we have a closed set.

Not closed set. Open set.
Life is not closed set.

I want everyone to see.
You especially.

Wh... Why? What?

Brad Pitt do this
in The Legend of the Fall.

Julie, are you okay?

Could we maybe just put on
some music to get in the mood?

Like maybe a little
Alicia Keys...

I'm sorry, we're not
here to promote

other people's work. All right?

We go. Okay? Rolling?

Wait. Wait. Wait. Cut, cut.
What is this?

- What is this? This disgusting?
- It's my body.

No, this, pimples on the...

Makeup, come fix this
disgusting body.

Tommy! Stop it. What the fuck?

Juliette, I'm so sorry. I'm so...

Dude, what... What are you doing?
Why are you acting like this?

This American movie.
She need to look sexy. Beautiful

- Come here. Come on.
- What?

- Fuck, man.
- I know I'm hard on her.

Yeah you're hard...
It's not just that.

What's going on with you?

Stanley Kubrick.
He nice to actor?

Alfred Hitchcock?
Let me tell you something, Greg.

He do this movie, Birds.

Yeah, I'm aware of The Birds.

On this movie,
he terrified the actors.

- He locked them in rooms.
- Tommy...

He throw birds at them.
Real birds!

Nasty stuff.

The actors, they cry every day.

This movie win every award.
Is Mr. Hitchcock bad man?

No. He great director!

Yeah, but he was an asshole

and I bet he didn't direct
with his fucking dick out.

Oh, really? Well, maybe we check
the record, okay?

You know, for your information,

the word director come from dictator.
Rest my case.

You can't treat them like this.
It's not right.

I treat them how I treat them.

If anyone needs to
be upset here,

- it's me, quite frankly.
- What?

I give them job.
I give them salary.

I already spend five million
dollar on this movie, Greg.

Five... Are you kidding me?
Five million dollars?

And they are not grateful.

Nobody respect my vision.

I know what they say, Greg,
I hear them.

Nobody trust me.
Not even you, Greg!

- That's... What are you...
- See, you don't even trust me.

- Hey, Tommy, Tommy, hey!
- Let's go! Let's go.

- Be nice to her! Be nice to her!
- Juliette, let's go.

- Let's go.
- Juliette. Hey, hey...

If you're not comfortable,
tell me, okay?

- I can do it. It's fine.
- All right, roll it.

Ready, and action.

(disgusted sounds)

I think you're
aiming a little bit high.

I aim where I aim.
Just do the scene.

Why is he having sex
with her bellybutton?

[Raphael, softly] Oh, my God.

He knows where
her vagina is, right?

Okay. Cut. I need more passion.
And this, this still disgusting.

- You don't clean it.
- [Raphael] Fuck that, okay.

You embarrass that girl in front
of the entire crew,

you're a dead man.

Oh, really? I'm dead man, I'm dead man?
[Greg shouting in background]

Everyone, everyone calm down.
Jesus. Come on.

Juliette, you need a break.
Take a break.

I'm okay.

She okay.

All right, well,
I need a break.

- Then you're fired!
- What?

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Hey, hey, hey.

[Sandy] Whoa, whoa, whoa.

I know what you say.
I hear you. And you.

And you, and you.
I hear everybody.

[Sandy] Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Wh... What the fuck are
you talking about?

Where Marcus? Marcus!

Marc... Film, now.

This Marcus.
I hire him to documentary

the making of The Room.

He capture every comment.
"Oh, yeah, Tommy weird."

"Tommy like Frankenstein."
"He like...

He like vampire rapist."

I hear everything!

I have ears everywhere!

I hear your whispers
in your souls!

- You're on my planet! Okay?
- Wait, wait.

So you've been spying
on your entire production?

- Yeah, that's right.
- That's fucking crazy.

That how it is. So now you know.
Next time you make laughter,

ha, ha, ha, ha, ha...

I don't care who you are,
you're out on street.

What about me? Am I still fired?

All right, I give you
one more chance.

Take three's up.

Let's go.
Make sure you see my ass.

- See you at the car?
- Okay.


Tommy, we're leaving.

[sighs] I feel like, um...

I feel like we should
at least talk about this.

Look at my arm.

Not bad.

Look like big strong kid.

Yeah, man.

All right. I'll, uh...
I'll see you.

I haven't seen any water.
I'm pretty sure that's illegal.

- Yeah, fuck this place.
- There's no AC in here.

He's too fucking cheap.

Nobody wants to help me.

And I'm dying.

Hey. It's like 100 fucking
degrees in here.

He show up yet?

No. I wish. Hey, guys,
if he doesn't get here soon,

I just say we call lunch.

What do you say?

- [Juliette] Lunch!
- [Greg] Yeah.

- You wanna just keep rehearsing?
- Sure, sure.

- Um...
- Um, you're not dying, Mom.

I got the results
of the test back.

I definitely have breast cancer.

- [Tommy] Hi, everybody.
- [everyone] Oh!

- [Sandy] Hey, you're here.
- Hey, everybody. Here camera.

Okay, you ready?

Where have you been, man?

Where have I been? You know,

just getting ready
in my apartment.

I live there alone now.

- Tommy.
- Yeah, question?

Does this come back?

What are...
What she talking about?

This story line.

- The breast cancer.
- Breast cancer? No. It's twist.

So it never comes back?

I don't have time
to explain script to you, okay?

What is this makeup? You look
like you're swimming in lake.

- It's 100 degrees in...
- Makeup!

Tommy! If you're not going
to pay for air conditioning

you at least have to
pay for water.

Yeah, could we just
have a little

bit of water before the scene?

Okay I stop you. I stop
everybody right there, okay?

Nobody in Hollywood will give
you water either, okay?

That's not true.
Dude, we can't work like this.

I'm not Santa Claus, all right?

Maybe you go buy water
for everybody, Greg.

Okay? Maybe girlfriend bring
you water or something.

We gotta get going, okay?
We're already four hours behind.

- Okay, well, whose fault that?
- Yours.

- My fault?
- You're late every goddamn day.

All right, that your five cents.

- I'm fucking director.
- Exactly.

- Exactly!
- Exactly!

Exactly. Turn these lights
on right now!

If I turn on the lights,
it's gonna get hotter.

- Be professional, do your job.
- You do your job!

Tommy, it's hot enough as is.

Greg, so you know
about light too?

Huh? You know everything.

Huh? You know water,
light, girlfriend.

Oh, my God!
Carolyn just fainted!

- Hey, hey.
- Tommy, please get

her some water.

Tommy, get some fucking water.
Come on.

- [Juliette] Carolyn? Carolyn.
- What she doing, taking nap?

She's not taking a fucking nap,

you fucking idiot.
She passed out.

She's not dead.
No. I can feel her heartbeat.

It's not 'cause water.
It's 'cause she old lady.

Tommy, please!

You know what, that's it.
I'm pulling the plug.

Turn off the lights.

Open the doors. That's lunch.
I'm cooling it out in here.

[Raphael] She okay?
Can we get the medic?

[Sandy] Turn off these lights!

The best thing I can say about
this is nobody will ever see it.

We can walk off.
We can walk off...

I'm just tired is all.

I haven't been sleeping
well recently.

- I'll be fine.
- Hey, can I ask you something?

Why, why do you do it?

You have a husband
and grandkids.

You live 50 miles from here,

and you wake up at 5:00 am
to drive all this way.

For what?

We're actors, Greg.
You and me. People like us.

Even the worst day
on a movie set

is better than the best day
anywhere else.

Hey, Greg.

Can we ask you something?

- Yeah?
- What is this movie about?

- I have a theory.
- Oh?


Someone in his life was a Denny,

a kid brother
he was always looking out for.

Someone was a Mark.

A better looking friend
he was always jealous of.

I'm sure there was
a Michelle and a Mike.

So, does that mean
there's a Lisa?

Somebody who broke his heart?

Stabbed him in the back
and ruined his life?

Well, that's pretty
obvious to me.

That's the universe.

[all chuckling]


Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
It's Bryan fucking Cranston.

Oh, hey, I know him.

Oh, yeah, no shit.
Malcolm in the Middle.

No. From Pilates.

- Brian!
- What are you... Wait!

- Hi!
- Amber! How are you?

- So good to see you.
- You too.

This is my boyfriend, Greg.

- Hey, Greg, how are you?
- Good, yeah.

Greg is also an actor.

- You are?
- Yeah.

Cool. Anything I would
have seen you in?

- Ah, no. I doubt it.
- Well, you know, it's a journey.


Are you working on
anything at the moment?

Yes, yeah, actually
I'm, I'm doing this movie.

- Movie? Nice!
- Yeah.

Yeah, but, you know,
I'd love to do TV at some point.

Yeah, you know.
Sitcoms, drama, cop shows,

Yeah, you name it,
I would doit.

- [laughing]
- It's funny you mention that.

'Cause, um... I'm directing an
episode of Malcolm right now.

Next week we're shooting a scene
where the boys get lost,

and Hal and Lois have to
go find them in the woods,

and we're having trouble
finding this lumberjack role.

And you got this this beard.
What do you think?

You wanna, you wanna do it?

[stuttering] Are you serious?

Yeah, well, you know,
everybody needs a break.

A... Are you good?

- I should've asked that first.
- Yes, yes, no.

He's very good.

Listen man, I'm sorry,
I'm freaking out a little bit.

I'm a big fan.

- This is like, it's crazy.
- All right.

All right. You and the beard
next Tuesday and Wednesday.

I will be there.

Great to see you!

- Thank you, man, seriously.
- You're welcome.

- See you next week.
- Thanks, thanks again.

Okay, I'm set.



Screw the whole world!


[sighs deeply]

[groans] Why?

Why? Why is this
happening to me?


God, forgive me.

[gun clicks]


[whispering] Why is he
getting back up?

[screaming cry]

- Cut.
- No. Don't cut. Don't cut.

Why you cut, Sandy?
This is great. This real acting.

If you're gonna writhe around
with the dress,

maybe do it before
you shoot yourself

in the head
and blow your brains out.

I disagree.

We go. Okay. Still rolling.
Here we go.

And action.



I wanted to keep that dress.

You can never wear
that dress again.

[groaning continues]

Okay. Now I do kill part.

Oh, great, yeah.
Let's cover that again.

Give me countdown.

Three, two, one, bang.

[gun clicks]

[Sandy, whispering] Wow.

- [Raphael, softly] Cut.
- And cut.

- [Sandy] I think we got it.
- [Raphael] I guess so, yeah.

Get me a C-stand
over there, please.

Dude, that was, amazing.

- You think so?
- Totally. Yeah.

It was... It was raw...
and intense.

And, yeah, you really
brought it, man. Seriously.

- Thank you.
- So, uh...

So listen. I know, I know this
is last minute, but, um..

I just wanted to talk to you
about something real quick.

What is it, Greg? You can see
I'm very busy right now.

Yeah. Yeah, um...
So, so you know how

the big beard shaving
scene is tomorrow?

- Yeah, I know the schedule.
- Right.

So I was just... I was hoping
that we can maybe

move it to next week.

And that I can maybe
get the day off tomorrow.

Why? You sick?

[laughing] Oh, no.

Greg, I can't afford you
get sick right now.

You're lead actor,
I'm director.

I feel great, man.
It's not that.

- I feel great.
- Why, why? Why you need day off?

I, I actually... I landed a small
role in a TV show.

It's, uh, Malcolm in the Middle.

You're movie actor now.

Why you do this, this TV?

Well, it's... It's kind of
a big show. It's...

You know, it would be
great exposure.

It would be like a really good

stepping stone
for my career, I think.

What you do
in this Little Malcolm?

I'm, I'm playing, like,
a lumberjack.

And, um...
That's why the beard...

That's why I need it.

Uh, which is why
I can't shave tomorrow.

But if we, if we just
move the schedule

just like a day or two,
it would...

It would really mean
a lot to me.

Oh, I'm sorry, Greg.
I can't help you.

- What... Why? What?
- Clean-shaven Mark.

You know, he make grand entrance
at beginning of third act.

Very important. It's metaphor.

I know. I know. But we can just,
we can do it next week.

- It's not a big deal...
- No, I can't, Greg!

- Impossible. I'm sorry.
- Tommy.

I can't give you special
treatment, Greg.

What? I can't give special
treatment to everybody.

Everybody here working hard.

One favor. I'm just asking
for a tiny favor, as a friend.

- Favor, favor.
- Yes.

You always ask for favor.

This is one tiny thing,
that's it.

I take you to Los Angeles,
give you place to stay.

I write you this part.

I do this whole movie
for you, Greg.

What? You did it for me?
Come on, man.

For us. We do it together.

Okay. Yes. It's our movie.
It doesn't change that.

- Don't betray me, Greg.
- I'm not betraying you.

What I say, we do this together.

We do this together
and now you betray me.

I'm not...

So are you gonna
let me do it or not?

Not up to me, Greg.
It up to you.

You have to choose.

You do this TV show
Little Malcolm

or you do the movie.

Our movie, Greg.

[Amber] Greg.

- I...
- [scoffs] Unbelievable.

She had to go?

- Whoa!
- Wow.

Hey, guys. You like it?

- [all in unison] Yeah.
- You look great.

Look like... Baby Face.

You guys wanna
play some football?

In tuxes?
No, you gotta be kidding.

- Mark, come on, let's do it.
- I'm up for it.

- Johnny?
- Ask Peter.

Peter, come on.

- No. I don't think so.
- Please.

- No.
- Come on!

[mocking chicken noises]

- Cut.
- [chicken noises continue]

- [silence]
- You good, Tommy?

Yeah. Good day, everybody.
See you tomorrow.

- [all clapping]
- All right. Great job.

[crewmember] I don't believe it.

[Sandy] Let's go to a bar
and erase the memory of today.

- Hey, Sandy, Raphael.
- [Sandy] Yep?

Can I talk to you minute?

Road trip.

San Francisco, here we come.

Hey, who are these guys?

Oh, that's Todd,
that's friend of Todd.

And... other friend of Todd

Where's Sandy and Raphael?

Uh... It's over for those guys.

Did you fire them?

Who's to say?
Come on, forget about them.

- Why?
- We have Todd now.

Look, it's gonna be
like the old days.

San Francisco.
We take stroll down memory lane.

Wait till you see new script pages, Greg.
You love it.

Be very dramatic.

Let's do it. Okay, Todd.

Yeah, you put camera there,

Yep. It's here.

Okay, we throw
a ball over here.

Come on, Greg. Come on, Greg.

Remember, Greg?
We played football.

- First time we met.
- Yeah, yeah, I remember.

Okay. Okay.
Todd, can you roll it?


- Tommy, what are we doing here?
- We do new scene.

About Mark failure.


Mark want to make
dreams come true.

And Johnny help him.

- Yeah, I don't think so, man.
- Let's do it.

Come on.
Take from your real life.

Drop it. Stop. Don't do this.

I'm asking you nicely.
Stop it. Drop it.

Remember? You want
to be actor, but...

nobody believe in you, Greg.

You know.
You're not good enough.

Like, do that. That stuff.

What? No. Tommy, drop it.

Movies are emotion.

Okay, you need
to be real for us.

- [softly] God.
- Look... Greg.

Frankly, you have not been
that real the whole movie.

- Now your chance.
- Fuck you, Tommy.

No one believe in you,
and mom think you're loser.

- Go.
- I said no!

Greg, damn it!
Why you throw this tricky stuff?

All right, man.
You wanna get real?

You wanna get real
for the cameras, let's get real.

Hey, you guys getting this?

Yeah? Good.

Let's get real.
Where were you born, Tommy?

No... Greg, that not
part of scene.

No way. This is your idea.

Where you from?
It's a simple question.

- I'm from New Orleans.
- [under breath] New Orleans.

From the bayou.

You guys hear that?

This guy with this fucking
accent is from the bayou.

[whispering] Greg.

Hey, you want
an easier question...

Let's see, where does
the money come from? Huh?

Greg, stop. This on camera.

I know it's on camera.
Just like you want it.

All right. Just tell me
this one thing.

How old are you?

- I'm your age, Greg.
- You're my age?

[laughing] You're my age?

- I'm just your friend.
- When were you born?

- What year, Tommy?
- Same year as you.

Same year as me?
There is no fucking way

you're in your 20s, all right?

You are a fucking villain.

Fucking Frankenstein
looking motherfucker.

I'm not villain!

I believed in you, man.
I trusted you! For what?


I gave you everything.

Are you fucking...
You ruined everything!


You owe me your life.

Man, I don't
owe you shit anymore.

All right, and this movie
better be fucking awesome.

It will be awesome.

Cut it. Cut it.

Movie over.

Why am I trying to become
what I don't wanna be?

What am I doing
in an office making

a contemptuous begging
fool of myself,

when all I want is out there?

[Greg's mom] Honey, I am so
excited to come see your play.

See? Acting doesn't have
to be big movies.

Yeah. Yeah, you're right.

It's probably better
if no one even sees

that thing you did with
Tommy, right?

I mean, come on, that thing
can't be good.

[car horn honking]

[Greg's mom] Greg? Greg?

- [chattering]
- Hey, good show, guys.

- That was fun tonight, right?
- Good job.

All right, see you tomorrow.

Baby Face.

You stalking me now?

You're not that hard to find.

- You watch the show?
- No.

You know I don't like comedy.

So how Amber?

I don't know.

She moved to Austin.
Didn't work out.

- I'm sorry to hear this.
- Yeah...

That why you came here, Tommy?
You wanted to talk about Amber?

No. You didn't RSVP.

Yeah. I'm not coming.

And... Honestly, maybe...

Maybe you shouldn't have
a premiere at all.


We made pact.

- Remember?
- [sighs deeply]

To never lose sight
of our dream.

On Friday, they premiere
our movie.

Our movie, Greg.

In real life theater.

I know you don't
like me anymore.

So don't do it for me.

Do it for you, Greg.

You finally get to see yourself
on big screen.

This was your dream too, Greg.

What the fuck am I doing?

- Can you believe it?
- I can't, no.

Here, this for you.

No, you can, you can keep that.

No, don't worry.
I made boxes of them.


You think Sandy be there?

I don't know.

Holy shit, is this for us?

Yeah, this for us.

Driver, slow down.

Did you get
a fucking spotlight?

Yeah, this real Hollywood
premiere, Greg.

Raphael, Sandy, Juliette.
Everyone's there...

Go, driver, go. Keep going.

- Go, go, go. Keep going.
- Tommy, what...

Ladies and gentlemen,
Mr. Tommy Wiseau.

- That was fucking weird.
- Yep.

At this point,
it would be fucking weird

if he didn't do something
that was fucking weird.

Tommy, what the fuck
are we doing?

What, we gotta
build anticipation.

- There not enough people.
- [laughing]

[whispers] Yep.

Greg, we are stars of the movie.
We can't be first ones there.

- You're right. You're right.
- There not enough people.

Just trust me.

- [man 1] He's back?
- [man 2] Over there!

Tommy, come on.
We're gonna do this, yeah?

It's time.

He's not gonna get
out of the car.

The fuck is happening?

Tommy, come on, let's do this.

You ready?


Hey, everyone.

Sorry I late. Traffic crazy.

Well, let's go. Let's do it.
No one be nervous. Come on.

Let's go. Let's do it.

Come on, Greg.

Very first premiere.
You excited?

Yeah, Tommy. Sure.


Wow. This is a day
I never thought would come.

This is a pretty good turnout,
I gotta say.

Wow. So many people.


Yeah, it's packed.

Hey, you played Chris R, right?

- Yeah.
- Oh.

I didn't recognize you without the beanie.
And the beard.

- Oh. Yeah.
- Yeah.

I play the psychologist. Peter.

- I'm in this too.
- Oh, cool, man.

I feel like I'm
a little overdressed.


Are you kidding me?
You're the star of the movie.

If I could have your attention.

Please welcome the writer,
director, producer, and star

of tonight's extravaganza.

His name is Mr. Tommy Wiseau.

[polite applause]

[breathing heavily into mic]

This my movie.

And this my life.


Okay. Be cool.


I'm so nervous.

Okay, let's begin.


- Two title cards. Great.
- I have two logos.

I noticed. Yeah.

[light music playing]

Hi, babe.

I have something for you.

- What is it?
- Just a little something.

Johnny it's beautiful,
thank you.


You look so sexy Lisa.

Isn't it fabulous?

I would do anything for my girl.

Oh, hey, guys.

Oh, hi, Denny.

Wow. Look at you.

It's from Johnny.

Anything for my princess.

Okay, I'm ready.

[Lisa] This dress is so pretty.

I can't wait for you
to get it off of me.

[Johnny] Okay. Oh, wow.


I just like to watch you guys.

- Oh, Denny, Denny, Denny boy.
- [whispering] I don't like this.

Two's great,
but three's a crowd.

Fine. I have homework
to do, anyway.

- Bye, lovebirds.
- [Johnny] Bye, Denny.

I'm sorry. What's his
relationship to you guys?

Oh, no. No, no, no.

[crowd groaning]

- Hi.
- [woman] Can I help you?

Yeah. Can I have a
dozen red roses, please?

Oh, hi, Johnny.
I didn't know it was you.

Who doesn't recognize that guy?

- Here you go.
- That's me.

- How much is it?
- That'll be $18.

There you go. Keep the change.

Hi, doggie.

You're my favorite customer.

Thanks a lot. Bye.

Nobody wants to help me.

And I'm dying.

You're not dying, Mom.

I got the results of
the test back.

I definitely have breast cancer.

It never comes back.
I don't know why I say that.

Is it just me,
or is this kinda bad?

Oh, yeah, it's bad.

- [R&B music playing]
- [crowd gasping and murmuring]

It's still going?

Why, Lisa? Why, Lisa?
Please talk to me, please!

You're part of my life.
You're everything.

You are lying. I never hit you.

You are tearing me apart, Lisa!

Why are you so hysterical?

- You understand why? Do you?
- [crowd laughing]

[Chris R] Where's my money?

Where's my fucking money, Denny?

You have no idea what kind of
trouble you're in here, do you?

- I owe him some money.
- What kind of money?

- What kind of money?
- [crowd continues laughing]

- Go.
- Go deep!

[crowd laughing]

I did not hit her.
It's not true. It's bullshit.

I did not hit her.

I did not!

Oh, hi, Mark.

[crowd laughing]

- Don't worry about it, man.
- Don't touch me, mother fucker.

Get out.

Stop it!

I'll kill you. I'll break every
bone in your body.

Bastard! You betray me.
You're not good.

If you'd keep your
girl satisfied,

she wouldn't come to me!

Get outta my house.

You couldn't kill me
if you tried.

It's not over.
Everybody betray me.

I fed up with the world.

Hey, Tommy.

They hate it.


No. They're... [sighs]
They're just laughing.

Yeah. They're laughing.

Laughing at me.

Maybe it's true, you know.
Maybe everybody right.

Maybe I just big joke. Ha, ha.

[softly] No, Tommy...

I try to open my heart,
show them my soul.

And... they just hate me.

Even you hate me, Greg.

Hey, hey, hey.

Listen to me, all right?

All right, that thing out there,
that's your movie.

You made that.

All right, like you said,
you did that all by yourself.

You know how special that is?

- [groans]
- Hey. It's fucking incredible.

How many people can
say they have

done something like that?

[Sighs] I don't know.

One thousand.

All right, and yeah.

Maybe it didn't turn out
exactly as you hoped.

But just
listen for a second.

Sound like they're laughing.

All right, come here.

Look how much fun
they're having.

They fucking love it, man.

[Tommy groaning on screen]

Why, Lisa? Why, why?

[crowd laughing]

How often do you think Hitchcock
got a response like this?


[crowd continues laughing]


Why you help me?

'Cause we're friends.


Why is this happening to me?

Here we go. "Why?"

It's over.


Do it!

[woman shouting]

[crowd chanting] Do it! Do it!

[crowd cheering]

[crowd chanting] Tommy!

Get up there. Go, man.



I'm glad you liked
my comedic movie.

Exactly how I intend it.

You know, I have vision
for this movie.


I never make this movie...

without my friend.

We followed our dream.

Come down here, Baby Face.

[crowd cheering]

Come on, Baby Face!

I never be able to make this
movie without my best friend.

We do it together.

Okay. The Room!

[crowd cheering fades]

[music playing]


[indistinct chatter]

- [simultaneous dialogue] Hi.
- Can I help you?

Yeah. Can I have a dozen
red roses, please?

Oh, hi, Johnny. I didn't know
it was you.

Everything goes wrong at once.

Nobody wants to help me.

And I'm dying.



[Denny] Stop, no, stop.

I can't talk right now.

Why, Lisa, why, Lisa?
Please talk to me. Please.

You're part of my life.

You're everything. I could not
go on without you, Lisa.

[scoffs] I mean, the candles.

The music.

The sexy dress.
I mean, what's going on here?

You're not dying, Mom.

I got the results of
the test back.

I definitely have breast cancer.

You have nice legs, Lisa.

[laughing] You have nice pecs.

I'm tired. I'm wasted.
I love you, darling.

Come on, make love to me.

- [groans]
- Come on, you owe me one.

I love you, Lisa.

- Go.
- Go deep!

Gee, Peter, you're clumsy.

[groans] That's it, I'm done.
Good idea, Denny.

I like you. Very much.

Lover boy.

What are you doing this for?

What's the matter?

Don't you like me?

I'm your girl.

Johnny's my best friend.

Right. You're getting married
next month, come on.

You're scaring me.

You are lying. I never hit you.

You are tearing me apart, Lisa!

Why are you so hysterical?

Do you understand why?

Do you?

I did not hit her.
It's not true. It's bullshit.

I did not hit her.

I did not!

Oh, hi, Mark.

["Of the Night" by
Bastille playing]

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪

♪ The night
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of the night ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of my life ♪

♪ My life
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of my life ♪

♪ You can put some joy
up on my face ♪

♪ Oh, sunshine in an
empty place ♪

♪ Take me too, turn to
And babe I'll make you stay ♪

♪ Oh, I can ease you
of your pain ♪

♪ Feel you give me love again ♪

♪ Round and round we go ♪

♪ Each time I hear you say ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪

♪ The night
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of the night ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of my life ♪

♪ My life
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of my life ♪

♪ Won't you teach me how
To love and learn ♪

♪ There'll be nothing left
For me to yearn ♪

♪ Think of me and burn
And let me hold your hand ♪

♪ I don't want to face
The world in tears ♪

♪ Please think again
I'm on my knees ♪

♪ Sing that song to me
No reason to repent ♪

♪ I know you wanna say ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪

♪ The night
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of the night ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of my life ♪

♪ My life
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of my life ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪

♪ The night
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of the night ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of my life ♪

♪ My life
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of my life ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪


♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪


♪ Rhythm of the night ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪

♪ The night
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of the night ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of my life ♪

♪ My life
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of my life ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪

♪ The night
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of the night ♪

♪ This is the rhythm of my life ♪

♪ My life
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of my life ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪

♪ The night
Oh, yeah ♪

♪ The rhythm of my life ♪

♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪

Hey, how you doing?

Hi. Yeah, I'm fine. Why you ask?

Why you standing
against the wall?

Look, I'm just a guy leaning
against wall, no big deal.

Why you so lonely? Tell me.

What, I'm just standing here alone.
Don't mean I'm lonely.

You need help. I... I see it.

It's not pity party.
This just party.

- You wanna go with me?
- Go where?

My house.

I'm not going anywhere with you.

You think you have long hair,
you own the world?

That's the idea?

I stop you.
I stop you right there.

What is this accent?
It sound familiar.

- You from New Orleans?
- Yeah. So what?

- So what?
- What parish?

- Chalmette.
- I love New Orleans.

- You know where Chalmette?
- Yeah.

Okay, cool.

You want a drink or something?

No. I'm not...
I'm not thirsty either.

I just want to stand here.

What's your name? Tommy, right?

Yeah. My name Tommy
with capital go away.

It's okay. Have a nice one.

- Okay?
- Okay.

Okay. Bye.


[sighs] People are very
strange these day.

Oh, hi, Betty.

My God.

What these friends Greg have.

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Resync by Ahmed74