Whose art is it?
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I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this documentary. It actually made me understand the complex feelings toward George Lucas I never knew I had...I guess. But really, this is a very funny attempt to look into the psyche of the "Star Wars" generation and discover why such a strong love/hate relationship to its creator exists ("JUST RELEASE THE ORIGINAL VERSION!"). I loved seeing all the depths to which the mania has taken people, and the parodies it shows alone are worth checking this documentary out for. Some big names appear in it as well (including Neil Gaiman and Francis Ford Coppola) as the filmmakers delve into the questions, "What is art?", "Who ultimately owns it?", And "who REALLY owns the 'Star Wars' universe?"