VOLUME 1 • SEPT 25
worldwide on itunes
AFTER 15 YEARS, TOMMY AND GREG ARE FINALLY BACK ON-SCREEN TOGETHER, LIKE YOU'VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE...
Based on a series of true-to-life anecdotes sourced from Greg and Tommy's two decades of shared experiences, BEST F(R)IENDS is a unique two-volume cinematic saga that interweaves mystery, intrigue, and more than a few dark laughs into the long-awaited reunion of the THE ROOM's cult icons. Step into this surrealist tale and learn a lesson about friendship and loyalty.
VOLUME 1: When a drifter (Sestero) is taken in by a peculiar mortician (Wiseau), the two hatch an underground enterprise off the back of the mortician's old habits. But greed, hatred, and jealousy soon come in turn, and their efforts unravel, causing the drifter to run off with the spoils and leaving the mortician adrift.
VOLUME 2: As Sestero’s drifter makes a run for it, he finds himself on an expedition across the Southwest, where he encounters wild and crazy characters through a series of twisted and dark foibles. While his misadventure teaches him a valuable lesson about friendship and loyalty, Wiseau’s mortician carries the story home with more than a few surprises.
The BEST F(R)IENDS saga features an Original Score by Daniel Platzman, Original Music by Nice Legs, and the song 'Simma' by Post Pines.
Written by Greg Sestero. Directed by Justin MacGregor. Featuring Kristen StephensonPino, Rick Edwards, Patrick Greene, and R.J. Cantu.
Volume 2 • JAN 2019
worldwide on itunes
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THE BOYS ARE BACK.
You know them from THE ROOM, the cult-hit phenomenon that swept the globe. You know them from THE DISASTER ARTIST, the bio-pic feature film starring James and Dave Franco that took you deeper into the Wiseauniverse than ever before. NOW, get to know them all over again in BEST F(R)IENDS. Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero's friendship is the stuff of legend. The boys are back. Join the F(R)IENDSHIP.
"Classic... Bizarre & Charming."
Ryan Parker, The Hollywood Reporter
DREW FORTUNE, Vanity Fair
"A roaring success."
SARAH BUDDERY, Sarah Saw a Movie
"A frequently beautiful film."
Neil Studd, Letterboxd
"An absolute miracle."
Maxim Thompson, The Movie Masochists
"Something new and memorable."
Sanj Krishnan, The Writes of Man
"The result is revelatory."
Rob Hill, The Bad Movie Bible
Neil Hamburger, comedian
"Ambitious and strange."
Kayleigh Hearn, Talk Film Society