5 March 2013 2:33 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Aside from the weird interaction between Sally Field and host Seth MacFarlane at the top of the show, this year's Oscars were light on parodies of the nominated films-- maybe it was so distinctly Billy Crystal's thing that they didn't feel they could continue it? At least we have the French to fall back on, as the Cesar Awards (essentially France's equivalent of the Oscars) debuted their version of Star Wars Episode VII. as if it were directed by Amour's Michael Haneke. Check out the short parody below (via The Playlist): Even if you're only slightly familiar with the concept of Amour-- about an elderly couple and what happens when the wife begins to succumb to dementia-- you can pretty much get what's going on here. Imagining Darth Vader on his deathbed, being fed by Luke Skywalker, is not something J.J. Abrams or anyone else will »

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