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 ...
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Mary Stuart Masterson,
Young Warwick Davis decides he wants to be in pictures, so he gets himself an agent. The agent gives him an Ewok outfit and points him towards Elstree Studios. There Warwick wanders from set to set looking to find the other Ewoks.
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
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I'm not a fan of fan-made films, but this one piqued my interest at a local sci-fi con a few years back. This was a small film that helped fill out a huge story and help to introduce (on film anyway), Mara Jade. This character has always intrigued me and this was the first time i saw her in action. The best part about her is you really believe she's the good guy until the very end. Whoever came up with the idea of this film was definitely a visionary. More underground films like this should be made. The dialogue was a bit unoriginal (using a lot of lines from the original films) and the special effects weren't the greatest, but, all in all, it was well-made.
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