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, which last week celebrated its 14th birthday, the film’s star/writer/producer/director Tommy Wiseau is unquestionably one of the most fascinating people in the entertainment industry. theaters, earning just

, which last week celebrated its 14th birthday, the film’s star/writer/producer/director Tommy Wiseau is unquestionably one of the most fascinating people in the entertainment industry. theaters, earning just $1,800, but so began a growing clamoring of demand to bring it back.

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, which last week celebrated its 14th birthday, the film’s star/writer/producer/director Tommy Wiseau is unquestionably one of the most fascinating people in the entertainment industry. theaters, earning just $1,800, but so began a growing clamoring of demand to bring it back.

And this fascination is only set to grow in December with A24's release of is essentially a (very) basic melodrama set around a love triangle involving a man (Wiseau), his girlfriend and his best friend. Those who hadn't instantly dismissed it as simply a terrible production began to appreciate the excruciatingly awkward dialog and bizarre script ("leave your stupid comments in your pocket"), characters who enter scenes without any form of introduction, conflicts that are forgotten almost as soon as they are brought up (one woman says she "definitely" has breast cancer only for it to never be mentioned again), and some of the most painful-to-watch sex scenes ever put on celluloid. I think that Tommy understands, but doesn’t accept why his movie is as popular as it is.

Slowly, with the appreciation spreading and , which still sells out cinemas internationally, things soon went awry, with the subject pulling out over creative differences. So when people say it’s the worst movie etc, they’re spending money, they’re going month after month, they’re buying DVDs and merchandise.

,800, but so began a growing clamoring of demand to bring it back.

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But as Harper nears completion on the documentary, given the title (pictures of spoons crop up an ordinate number of times in the film, with fans taking plastic spoons to throw at special screenings), Wiseau’s opposition to it stepped up several notches. Someone once said that a reporter in Europe had interviewed Tommy and asked him about being celebrated for making this bad movie.

Harper claims he was issued with a growing list of impossible and crazy demands (“make the film 60 percent more positive”) from his former collaborator, who then went after any festival or theater who agreed to have it in their schedule, forcing them to remove it. I first met Tommy about a year after I started going to the screenings. We got along and I thought this guy was really interesting and that people really need to know what’s going on in these theaters. He loved it, but I remember him clearly saying that he didn’t want it to be anything like which it essentially is. And he said, "Well, in America, bad means good." So I don’t think he has fully accepted why the world has embraced him so much.

He even went so far as to post a trio of amateurish, angry and explosion-filled videos on You Tube entitled ‘Shame on You’ aimed at discrediting the doc, the third ending with a poster being blown up (the first, naturally, ended with a minute long advert for Tommy Wiseau underwear). Of course there’s, "Oh hai, doggy" and "You’re tearing me apart Lisa," but there’s this one scene where Tommy is in some kind of alleyway, and he’s walking and gets interrupted. But if you look at that scene, Tommy has no destination whatsoever. I told him I was a filmmaker and that I’d love to do something with him, whether it be a reality show or short film. So to see someone who was once his friend talk about the film as a piece of trash… But it’s fair to say he’s made a legitimate business out of right? Say what you will about Tommy Wiseau, but he’s an excellent marketer.

With Wiseau having recently put the film under a court ordered injunction, Harper now can’t distribute, exhibit or even promote (before the injunction), Harper discussed making a passion project he is effectively being forced to deny the existence of, spending time with a man he says is “the most interesting person after Michael Jackson,” and the time Wiseau claimed he could call Donald Trump and have him buy a building in Toronto. There was a theater in Ottawa called The Mayfair and they’d been screening it every month for some time when I first went. Had he not been interrupted and turned around, he was walking directly into a brick wall. He was able to turn a really horrible movie into a movie that makes so many people happy and they open up their wallets and buy anything , but also because he’s one of the most interesting people you’ll ever meet.

Everything in the opening credits seemed quite normal and competent until Tommy walks into the room and says, “Oh hai, babe.” And that was it for me. I remember saying to someone that he’s probably the most interesting person after Michael Jackson.

There’s no understanding this person and there’s always a thirst to know more about him. I did some quick math, and according to his website, he screens in about 70 theaters.

So he might be making -,000 a month like that.

I don’t think he’ll recoup the million [cost of making and marketing the movie] from flying around and selling underwear and doing Q&As.

But it was a million investment that carried him for the rest of his life, so you can look at it that way.

And it made him really famous, which for him, I think, is how he defines his success.

Do you think he’s simply playing off his peculiarity, effectively baiting the hipsters?

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