On the 26th of July, the FNAC El Triangle will host a conference with special screenings, presided over by Rubén González
Thirty years ago, The Return of the Jedi opened in cinemas the world over. This was the closing chapter in one of the most popular trilogies in the history of cinema, Star Wars, which, years later, would become a saga.
Directed by Richard Marquand and produced by George Lucas, The Return of the Jedi was the third of the Star Wars films, and the sixth, and last, in chronological terms (between 1999 and 2005 three prequels of the original trilogy were made).
On Friday, the 26th of July, FNAC El Triangle will dedicate a special day to celebration of the anniversary event. Rubén González, a habitual conference giver in the Fòrum Fnac and a popular culture enthusiast, will present a chat that will include some of the film’s curiosities. The conference begins at 7 pm.
In its day, The Return of the Jedi was considered a fine conclusion to the popular saga, despite the differences of opinion among fans regarding the appearance of the Ewoks, cuddly little creatures who, as it turned out, were not to everyone’s taste.
In the film, winner of the 1983 Academy Award for Special Effects, Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker attempt to liberate Han Solo while the Emperor and Darth Vader conspire to bring Luke over to The Dark Side.
Publication date: Wednesday, 24 July 2013
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