Surely, you never wondered why Luke was dressed all in black in Return of the Jedi.
And we – meticulous fans of star wars, we were interested in this issue.
When creating movies, directors love to play with images, George Lucas is no exception.
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Why does Luke Skywalker in Return of the Jedi wear black clothes?
Luke was dressed in black to show the viewer how close the hero is to let his fear and hatred overwhelm his mind.
Skywalker goes to the edge of a razor, can go deep into the dark side of force at any moment, succumbing to provocations.
After all, the treacherous emperor Palpatine had a plan to make him collide with Vader, fight with him and cause negative emotions in Luke.
Luke wears a black suit, as he suffers:
Because Vader stripped his hands;
The fear that Leia will be on the dark side with Palpatine;
He is angry with Obi Wan that he lied to him about the true legacy;
Afraid to lose friends he found.
Fortunately, everything ends well when Vader returns himself to the bright side, removing the emperor.
Luke Skywalker became a Jedi like his father used to be. In the frame we see a hidden game with characters from George Lucas and director Richard Markune.
The costume of Luke, who never joined the darkness, was unbuttoned after the battle and under his white clothes. This suggests that inside he was always a good guy.
Another game with light and darkness was demonstrated by Lucas in Revenge of the Sith.
The scene where General Obi Van Kenobi is about to track Grievous. Obi Wan and Anakin are forgiven.
Obi says: “Farewell, old friend.”
And it is true that their farewell conversation as friends and as two Jedi.
We see Obi Wan’s figure in the light, and Anakin in the dark. What has hinted at the influence of the Sith on the young Jedi.