Star Wars Plot Holes That Still Confuse Fans

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 Star Wars Plot Holes That Still Confuse Fans

“Return of the Jedi” features a scene on Endor in which Luke reveals the complicated Skywalker family tree to Leia (more on that later), but first broaches the subject by asking Leia if she remembers her mother. Leia states that while her mother died when she was very young, she remembers her as being “very beautiful, kind, but sad.” Luke then responds that he has no memory of his mother and that he never knew her.

It turns out that, in the grand scheme of things, Luke not remembering his mother makes perfect sense, but Leia remembering her mother (even if they’re mostly “images” and “feelings”) doesn’t. As revealed at the end of “Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith,” Luke and Leia’s mother, Padmé Amidala, died while giving birth to them. This could be potentially explained away by the Force-sensitive nature that runs in the Skywalker family, with Leia absorbing some vague impressions of Padme from those who knew her … or something. She could also be remembering her adoptive mother Queen Breha Organa. Still, this is still a pretty big oversight, especially considering George Lucas wrote the scripts for both films.

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