This is the story of Adam Harris: arguably Australia's biggest Star Wars fan. The Feed produced an amazing look at Adam's life and family. He discovered he had an inoperable brain tumour, which saw him want to spend more time with his kids and introduce them to Star Wars. It's a heartwarming tale that saw Adam's bond with his son grow as he crowdfunded a documentary about the bond between father and son through Star Wars. It's also the tale of how his fandom is helping him be a better man, and recover from a difficult upbringing. It's a must-watch.
Watch This: The Heartwarming Tale Of Australia's Biggest Star Wars Fan And His Family
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