Miracle Valley and The Room Star Greg Sestero Talks Cults, The Worst Movie of All Time, and Aussie Audiences in This Interview

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In this episode Andrew chats with writer, director, actor Greg Sestero about his latest film, Miracle Valley, which is screening around Australia from today – February 15 – with Q&A screenings taking place around the country. Naturally, when Greg is in town, screenings of The Room take place too, and Greg will be on hand to chat with audiences about his work on those two films.

But Greg’s more than just a guy who’s received fame from The Room. He’s also starred in films like The Christmas Tapes, which Perth local Rob Livings co-directed.

Greg talks about Miracle Valley, twenty years of The Room and what the title ‘the worst film of all time’ means to him. This interview was recorded in Northbridge so there is some atmospheric sound, and you’ll have to excuse the mic dropping midway through, the wind knocked it over. The interview starts with Andrew, naturally, talking about Mac and Me, another ‘worst film of all time’.

If you’re in Perth, head along to catch Miracle Valley and The Room at Luna Leederville on February 15 and 16..

Andrew F Peirce

Andrew is passionate about Australian cinema, Australian politics, Australian culture, and Australia in general. Found regularly talking online about Sweet Country, and reminding people to watch Young Adult.

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