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The memory that marked a generation is false

The memory that marked a generation is false
The memory that marked a generation is false

When it comes to cinematically famous phrases, the Star Wars franchise certainly has an advantage. In it, we can find iconic quotes like “May the force be with you”; “Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you are my only hope”; or, more recently, “It’s over, Anakin, I’m on solid ground”.

In this way, a specific line was responsible for becoming one of the biggest references in the work – but it turns out that, in the end, it is never mentioned in the saga; at least not exactly the way we remember it.


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Due to Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, an acclaimed 1980 feature film, many have the memory of Darth Vader saying to Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) during the battle at the end: “Luke, I’m your father”. However, the moment does not happen strictly in this way, with a small change in relation to the widely disseminated memory. Below, check out the real dialogue in its entirety:

– Obi-Wan never told you what happened to your father?

– He told me enough… that it was you who killed him.

– No. I’m your father.

So, if you remembered this scene as “Luke, I’m your father”, don’t feel bad, because you belong to a group where many suffered from the same Mandela Effect. This phenomenon is called this because many people claimed that Nelson Mandela died in the 1980s, when in fact he died…

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