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A new analysis of Star Wars The Last Jedi could suggest a new element regarding the apprehension of the dyad between Kylo Ren and Rey in the saga.
Although The Rise of Skywalker ignored many messages from Last Jedi , the films of Rian Johnson and JJ Abrams had all the same in common the emergence then the explanation of the dyad between Rey and Kylo Ren. If this symbiosis was the heart of the last feature film of the saga, the second had previously introduced this new concept , several clues having in particular teased the power of this particular link between the two characters.
However, if telepathy between the character of Daisy Ridley and that of Adam Driver was the first witness of the dyad, a video posted by See the article : More beautiful life: Pavel saves Mouss's life, Valentin and Sébastien fight … What will happen next week? (SPOILERS). The Star Wars Facts and Leaks on Twitter reportedly analyzed Rey's training and Kylo Ren's confrontation with Luke Skywalker in The Last Jedi and would then suggest that their respective wielding of the lightsaber may actually be the first clue as to their connection.
In 'The Last Jedi' (2017), Rey's practice on the cliff f oreshadows Kylo Ren's fight with Luke Skywalker pic.twitter.com/2017 inKQc 21
– Star Wars Facts (@SWTweets) December 3, 2017
An idea which does not appear so surprising and which could teach us more about the representation of the dyad through the saga Star Wars and the techniques employed by Rian Johnson to introduce it into the franchise. However, this analysis finds its limits in several explanations, starting with the fact that Luke Skywalker could have learned to his two padawans a common handling. Moreover, by penetrating the memory of Rey, Kylo Ren could have copy the fighting techniques of the young woman without even realizing it. Finally, if another explanation would like these two characters to act primarily by instinct, it is legitimate to recognize that this element of staging appears captivating. If Rian Johnson never spoke on this subject – preferring then confirm the nagging rumor about the film's title – the director still proved his attention to detail and metaphors in The Last Jedi . What most certainly to support this assumption on Rey and Kylo and to make the film, a feature film more qualitative than one thinks!
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