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This Friday, an independent movie called "Big Fan" opens in Philadelphia and New York.
It's a "dramedy" that mines what happens when a 35-year-old parking garage attendant with a pretty bleak life and an unhealthy obsession with the Giants has a chance encounter with the team's fictional star. Things don't go well.
If you aren't this guy (thank the Lord for that), then you have likely encountered him.
The movie is the directing debut of Robert Seigel who screenwrote "The Wrestler" and (even more impressively) is a former editor of The Onion. The movie stars comedian Patton Oswalt.