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The Last Jedi appears to be the Luke Skywalker-centred movie fans were expecting from the last Star Wars film.
From the trailer, it appears as though Director Rian Johnson has Luke conclude that training a new generation of Jedi to fight the First Order is a futile exercise.
“I only know one truth, it’s time for the Jedi to end,” Luke says, in the process of one sentence throwing all received Star Wars wisdom into complete and utter chaos. Why must the Jedi end? Is Luke just sulking because Ben Solo turned to the dark side, murdered all his disciples and chose the way of a hideous masked Darth Vader wannabe? Or is there something more epochal about that startling statement? Might the rigidly binary system of Jedi and Sith be the reason the Force can never be truly balanced? And if so, what will replace these stalwarts of the saga?