Sean Parker, who was the former president of social network giant Facebook, said the recent movie The Social Network was great, but called it as a complete work of fiction.

Parker's comments were made on Jan. 23 in a conversation with novelist Paolo Coelho at the Digital Life Design conference in Munich.

The character of Sean Parker has been depicted by Justin Timberlake in the movie that speaks about Mark Zuckerberg and the creation of Facebook, which has more than 500 million users.

The comments from Parker, who was forced to leave Facebook after being arrested for suspicion of cocaine possession, come at a time when people like Zuckerberg have said they weren't accurately portrayed in the movie.

While referring to the Victoria's Secret models Timberlake has on his arms in the movie, Parker said I wish my life was this cool.

Parker co-founded Napster, a peer to peer file sharing service, which was shut down by court order. He also co-founded online address book Plaxo, which was bought by Comcast in May 2008, and Facebook activism platform Causes.

Currently, Parker is a managing partner The Founders Fund, a San Francisco-based venture-capital firm.

Meanwhile, the movie Social Network bagged the awards for Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Director, Best Screenplay at the 68th Golden Globe Awards held on January 16, 2011. The move is also speculated to sweep the awards at Oscars.