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.
“LUKE, I’M YOUR FATHER”
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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