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Tom Felton Meets the Superfans (2015)

Tom Felton meets the world's most committed fans in a bid to understand what drives them.

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Tom Felton meets the world's most committed fans in a bid to understand what drives them.

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Respectfully done and very interesting.
11 September 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

While Tom Felton might not be a name you recognize, he's famous for playing the infamous Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series. Inexplicably, however, he has some very devoted fans--every bit as devoted as you'd find with the biggest stars. One lady, in particular, seems to follow him just about everywhere--just aching for a chance to see him, snap a picture or get an autograph. In this film, Felton discusses this and then investigates some 'super fans'--folks whose lives seem to revolve around a particular celebrity. To do so, he visits with some of the Harry Potter folks (such as J.K. Rowling and Daniel Radcliffe) and goes out with some super fans to attend conventions or in hope of meeting celebrities. All in all, it's all very good-hearted and doesn't make fun of these people nor demonizes them--which is GENERALLY very nice. However, it IS odd that it doesn't make mention of fans such as the ones that murdered their celebrates-- such as Rebecca Schaeffer, John Lennon or Selena.


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