"Over the past twenty years, Lucas has gone from a young, creative artist to a wealthy movie mogul. His realm of experience has changed, and I think that shows in his filmmaking. If you skim early drafts of The Star Wars, which once included material from all of the films in the series, it's clear that Lucas has shifted from the realm of the common to the realm of elite. What was once important to him, no longer is. He's writing from his experience, and his experience is one of wealth and comfort."
Sunday, May 01, 2005
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