An anonymous and brave soul on the internet recut Star Wars: The Last Jedi without men. But the mystery editor did not create the "de-inedited Fanedit" without a good reason. On January 14, human rights activists anonymously uploaded a "de-feminized" version of The Last Jedi on the Internet, editing all parts of the two and a half hour movie that are not t focused on men. In his words, it is Last Jedi "less Girlz Powah and other silly things". (Yes, people took the time of their day for this). But what started as a rebuttal to the ridiculous and fanless edition of fans really ended up in some big points.
The version without a man in its entirety does not load, because as the editor says, "the lawyers of Disney would find a way to sue for the custody of [their] future children". Touch. But they provide enough detail for people to visualize the full picture, and those details lead to some important lessons. On the one hand, there is the execution time. The edition without women lasts 46 minutes, while the version without men only lasts 36 minutes. What does this really mean?
As the editor says, it means that women are allowed to do it and they do it efficiently. The anonymous user says that this is "a testimony of how women do things faster". It also goes without interjection between male roles and "substantially reduces the characters complaining about not getting away with it," according to the editor. Boom.
Another important conclusion is how is the film really without verses of men without women. According to the fan editor, the "de-feminized" version is "long and almost incomprehensible", while theirs is a decent story. Among important players like King (Daisy Ridley), Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher) and Vice Admiral Holdo (Laura Dern), this Star Wars really could not exist without women, demonstrating how crucial they are to the movie.
"Women are so vital to The Last Jedi that they could probably eliminate all men and still have an exciting story, let's say exciting," wrote the editor. Meanwhile, the creators of the version without women even admitted that theirs really did not make sense. "He has problems, but it had to be done," they said, admitting that he was "far from perfect."
On dorkly.com, the editor explains how difficult it was to eliminate the women and all the small details required to do so. One edition included taking General Hux (Domhnall Gleeson) as the co-leader of the First Order and turning it into the only woman in the ship (until, of course, Captain Phasma appears at the end). Another meant to completely exclude Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), which ended well because Rey trained on the island anyway.
But why on earth was a version without women in the first place? Here is part of the mind-numbing explanation of the people who created it:
They also explained what they cut, including" most of the shots that they show female combatants / pilots and women officers in command of people of all / have ideas "and" NO HALDO! [sic] It just does not exist ". Leia can not either "degrade" Poe, according to them, because he is a "respected" man of the Resistance.
Fortunately, the cast did not even consider this madness, however insulting. This was the entry of director Rian Johnson:
And Mark Hamill added this:
And let's not forget the two cents of the actor John Boyega:
Yes, everything seems correct and the last cut highlighting the female characters Crucial in Star Wars proves that. Star Wars without them not only would not make sense, but would not exist at all.
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