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Set two days before the events of Episode IV, Jedi Mara Jade has received a copy of the Death Star plans, which she must somehow get to the rebel forces. Unfortunately, she is being held prisoner by the Empire, and only two rebel soldiers, Zev and Klaus, can save her. As if breaking into an Imperial prison and getting the plans wasn't hard enough, bounty hunter Boba Fett is also in the neighborhood to complicate matters. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
One of the better fan films out there. I've always thought Myra Jade would be a great character to base a TV series around. You can imagine the Emperor's Hand appearing in the background of settings we find familiar, perhaps in a Bespin shaft catching Luke's lightsaber or whatnot. Certainly something that was in dire need of being exploited. Right down to a rather good original song over the end credits, The Dark Redemption is outstanding fun. I'd like a copy.
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