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Was the Death Star taken down from the inside?

What if blowing up the original Death Star was not a miraculous achievement, but an inside job?

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(Screenshot by Michelle Starr/CNET Australia)

What if blowing up the original Death Star was not a miraculous achievement, but an inside job?

"It's impossible," said Wedge Antilles of Luke Skywalker's plan to fire torpedoes into a tiny ventilation shaft. But what if Skywalker had help?

Stand aside, conspiracy theorists. Luke's Change: an Inside Job, a documentary-style exposé has uncovered details and collected evidence that reveals the possibility that the Skywalker family was, in fact, working together to bring down the Death Star.

The work of Canadian YouTuber Graham Putnam, the film spoofs 9/11 conspiracy film Loose Change by dropping a cadet investigative reporter into the Star Wars universe to ask the important questions that no one else dared.

Via www.metafilter.com