In 1977, STAR WARS premieres at Mann's Chinese Theatre. It triggers a pop culture phenomenon that has lasted to this day. In 1999, fans anticipate the release of THE PHANTOM MENACE. A GALAXY FAR FAR AWAY features interviews with hundreds of fans, movie executives and high profile celebrities, shedding new light on the film series that has captivated generations of moviegoers. It takes us to STAR WARS conventions, to nationwide premieres, into the homes of devoted fans showing off their treasures and to the box office ticket lines of die-hard fans who wait eagerly for forty-two days in the spring of 1999. The complete, often hilarious explorations of the phenomenon brings together a group of interesting, hysterical and often touching fans. Not just a movie about zealous fans, GALAXY offers new insight into the reasons these fast-paced science fiction films struck a mysterious and power chord amongst all races, genders and generations.
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Kind of feels like a film school thesis project, but it is done pretty well and it's worth a watch. I love the reactions after they actually see the movie.
"The Death Star Plans are n-n-not in the main computer"
I love people who are passionate. They go to these conventions. They come to see these kinds of movies!