Second characteristic, still around his/her wallet, we will found pieces of cinema free pass. Or if not so, there is brochure or small note about schedule of movie screening tucked in. French films at French Cultural Centre, Japanese films at Japanese Consul, Germanic films at Goethe, and so on.
From his/her wallet, we move a bit to find third characteristic. Did you notice, a movie-crazy’s cellular phone is always full of Home Video telephone numbers, including DVD rentals where he/she did not register in yet. People like this usually do chummy with rental’s employees. Because sometimes he/she telephoned then stirred them up with many of film titles he/she was looking for, “Please check your catalog whether Sahara is available. Iranian films! None? Not here yet? Ok, how about a… very new thriller from Finland, I am not sure about the English title, but I bet you know it, it is happening. And Faust or Nosferatu, old stuffs from German expressionism, do you have the DVDs? Also, give me Tim Burton’s masterpieces, please.” Ah, poor employees.
Fourth characteristic, when looking something remarkable, he/she spontaneously thought to replay it. Or if he/she really missed an interesting part of it, he/she convinced his/her self, “No problem, I can watch it again when its DVD version has released.” Off course in seconds he/she came to realize that he/she just thought stupidly.