£7 concessions, £6.50 members
Length: 99 min
Director: Tommy Wiseau
Cast: Tommy Wiseau, Greg Sestero, Juliette Danielle
Cult film “The Room” is an electrifying American black comedy about love, passion, betrayal and lies. Protagonist Johnny, played by Tommy Wiseau, is a successful banker with great respect for an dedication to the people in his life, especially his future wife Lisa.
Johnny can also be a little too trusiting at times which haunts him later on. Lisa, played by Juliette Danielle, is the beautiful blonde fiance of Johnny. She has always gotten her way and will manipulate to get what she wants. She is a taker, with a double personality, and her deadly schemes lead to her own downfall. Mark, played by Greg Sestero, is a young, successful and independent best friend of Johnny. He has a good heart, but gets caught up in Lisa’s dangerous web and gives in to temptation. This eventually brings him to great loss. Claudette, played by Carolyn Minnott, is the classy, sophisticated mother of Lisa who has had disappointing relationships in her life. She wants her daughter to be married as soon as possible so she can benefit. Denny, played by Philip Haldiman, is an orphan boy, naive and confused about life, love, and friendship. Denny is a very ambitions and also very grateful to the people who are in his life. “The Room” depicts the depths of friendships and relationships in one life and raises life’s real and most asked question: “Can you ever really trust anyone?” Are you ready for this quirky new black comedy? …Are you ready to see reflection of your life? “Experience this quirky new black comedy, it’s a riot!” Enter “The Room” and leave forever changed!
“What puts “The Room” in a class of its own is its overabundant idiocy. While you’re still gasping at one of the film’s moronic lines or vagrant plot knots, another one rises up to smack you in the head.” – Kurt Loder, Reason Online
Also showing the same evening at 8:30pm is ‘The Disaster Artist’, directed by James Franco and inspired by the book ‘The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made’. Find out more