Quite recently, in a suburb far, far away, abided Australia's greatest Star Wars aficionado.
Chris Brennan has low maintenance work as a Darth Vader impersonator, is the president of the national Star Wars fan club and has dedicated the whole second carpet of his home to his fixation.
When he went by the set of the most recent Star Wars portion, Mr Brennan indicated out the ensemble office they were utilizing the wrong Darth Vader outfit for the order of the movies.
The 38-year-old IT laborer has been gathering anything to do with Star Wars since the time that his mother put a R2d2 puppet on his twelfth birthday cake.
His gathering could now be worth to the extent that $100,000 and is secured from jealous devotees by an alert framework.
Mr Brennan's home in Doreen, in Melbourne's north, is his place of worship to Star Wars.
A life-size styrofoam Jabba the Hut complete with sticky Vaseline dribble sits close to a huge copy of a Jedi spaceship.
The dividers are lined with puppets from Luke Skywalker to darken characters, for example, Yakface, still in their containers.
He even has a working R2d2 that reacts to orders.
The delegated brilliance of his gathering is the $5000 Darth Vader suit he wears for Star Wars advancements, KFC openings and Toys "R" Us occasions. When he suits up, his wife calls him "Master Vader".
"You must be drenched in the character," Mr Brennan said.
"Vader has a presumption. You're in control. Other people, escape the way."
In outfit he has pushed news people out of his way and snatched individuals around the throat to make them search legitimately terrified for photographs.
One passerby was so occupied by seeing the kitted-up Vader in a retail chain he tumbled down the elevators.
"You're that character.
He did confess to giving yelling youngsters a little wave to quiet them down if nobody was looking.
Mr Brennan has required some investment off work to show up on the Star Wars circuit when Revenge of the Sith opens next Wednesday.