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The main character is a misfit living with his mother. There are no supernatural or preternatural elements in the story aside from the protagonist's psychosis (he believes that he is living in a tolkienesque fantasy world), but his psychosis is extremely important in defining his actions.

Would this be on-topic as described?

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    I'd say off topic - try Movies & TV instead, but I could be wrong. – Mithical Jul 10 '17 at 7:16
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    Duplicate of Are works that may or may not just be dreams on topic?. The consensus of opinion was that works are on topic if they have a significant fantasy content, regardless of the source – Valorum Jul 10 '17 at 7:39
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    @Valorum that would be difficult to judge, I mean how much fantasy content is "significant". – Akira Fudo Jul 10 '17 at 7:55
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    Further to @Mithrandir's comment, if you do try Movies & TV, please be aware that they have significantly more stringent criteria for ID questions than we do (due to a surfeit of bad ID questions) - see their guidance and lists here. – Rand al'Thor Jul 10 '17 at 8:50
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    @AlienWerepandaolf - Significant (in my book) means "taking up a sizeable chunk of the action or contributing significantly to the plot". Scrubs doesn't count, but Sucker Punch would, for example. – Valorum Jul 10 '17 at 9:15
  • Not Mazes and Monsters, is it? – SQB Jul 10 '17 at 12:48

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