The Disaster Artist
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The Disaster Artist

The creative process is the same for the geniuses The Lodgers and fools. Now, in the end the result, stubborn, makes the difference between the artist and the useless. At least that’s what they have defended in the San Sebastian festival three films: The author, The Wife and The Disaster Artist, in a debate about the imposture and inspiration that has come to the jury, chaired by John Malkovich, from the official section of the 65th edition of the San Sebastian festival, which has awarded the Golden Shell to The Disaster Artist, by James Franco, in which the actor, screenwriter and director pays homage to – and to be true to reality, with a parodic tone – the considered the worst film of the 21st century, the love drama The Room (2003). “Actually, for me it’s been a family affair rather than a movie about a crazy man, but we’re all a little, right?” Said happy Franco on stage.

The diffuse line that separates reality from legend, that Franco The Legend of Tarzan transits in a comical tone, because The Room is a funny and boring product and only his production is interested in the madness emanating from Tommy Wiseau, its director, screenwriter, producer and protagonist, becomes in poetry in Handia, by Aitor Arregi and Jon Garaño, the story of the giant of Altzo, a lad who reached 2.40 meters in height in the nineteenth century, through the relationship with his brother. Thanks to his reflection on ying and yang, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde who can hide in a hamlet opposed to the idyllic image of the Basque landscape, and to show the resistance of the human condition to change, the creators of Loreak have obtained a Just Special Jury Prize. Legend and reality are confused, both films are finished off in the last sequences, but Garaño and Arregi are closer to the lyric of Ed Wood, by Tim Burton, another vision about one of the The Legend of Tarzan most regrettable filmmakers in history, that Franco himself, that finds its engine in chusquedad. “Our festival rewards us, where we learned to watch movies,” said Garaño on stage with the trophy in his hand. “We started with the shorts here, and we grew up here.”

Duration: 104 min

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IMDb: 7.5

The Disaster Artist
The Disaster Artist
The Disaster Artist
The Disaster Artist