After the controversy generated in the aftermath of the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi a video-essay tries to turn a question right to the audience of fans of the saga.

In the video, created and shared in streaming by Patrick Willems the latter confesses fascinated by the reaction of the fans to a film in the Star Wars saga. Especially after the release of the last chapter, the eighth, directed by Rian Johnson. Willems points out that, despite the film being a success both critically and publicly, a huge slice of fanbase in the saga has bitterly criticized, perhaps more massively than all the other episodes released so far.

Willems Thus, he tries to reconstruct the story of the original trilogy and the birth of the fanbse and after the lapse of time until the arrival of the new trilogy George Lucas to end with the creative freedoms granted to the last two film of the saga. Willems final advice? Jump aboard a time machine, convert the latest films into VHS and deliver them to the younger version of ourselves in the past, so that all the notions introduced into the canon and considered divisive by fans today, are assimilated once and for all. [19659002] On these pages you can take a look at the Solo Musica version of the last film of the saga, ready for home video from March 27.

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