Good old Star Wars atmosphere and a fan film that feels like high-budget production!
Obi-Wan Kenobi faces unforeseen threats on Tatooine as he watches over young Luke Skywalker.
The plot is engaging and managed to raise the stakes in a short time, the act is brilliant, fighting very realistic, cinematography and Tatooine scenery absolutely beautiful, costumes and props entirely believable, and the soundtrack (recorded by Budapest Scoring Orchestra) astonishing! For Satterlund, this is not first Star Wars fan film, but certainly the one that audiences like the best and judging from the rating on imdb, you can certainly say that he managed to improve over the last couple years.
If you are into Star Wars then this little gem is a must watch. It is with Obi-Wan and it is produced incredibly well, for a fan film at least. It is fan fiction like this that gives me and others new hopes that perhaps Star Wars can get back on track. So if Disney is reading this, head my advice: your new Kenobi series should get take notes from this and The Mandalorian. Or, in short, let passionate people, like the ones behind this fan film, bring true Star Wars to life.
Directed by: Jason Satterlund
Written by: Jamie Costa, Rob Harmon
Starring: Jamie Costa, Tommy Snider, Maxine Phoenix