I know that many of you are devoted Tom Felton's fans (And some of you post incredible Tom-appreciation picspams, lol felixfvlicis) so I guess I already have a keen audience for this one.
I've watched the movie "Feed" with Troian Bellisario and Tom Felton himself and I must tell you: IT'S GOOD. I won't spoil anything, but I can say that Tom has an important role in the movie and his character is pivotal to the protagonist's journey in a peculiar way. Watch and see.
What actually impressed me was Troian's performance as the main character, Olivia, and the fact that she wrote the story herself, putting a lot of her personal struggle into the writing process. I think you can feel how her look into Olivia's struggles is an "insider look", a POV coming from someone who actually dealt with anorexia and mental illness.
Yes, the big theme of this movie is eating disorder and I think it's fair to say that some people will probably find it triggering and scary due to their personal experiences. But if you can watch it without getting too scared or uncomfortable, I think you will appreciate a fine movie about this girl and her struggle with control issues, guilt, loss.
I especially enjoyed the ending - which, again, won't spoil - because it's unlike other movies dealing with the same stuff and it felt true to life.