(It's always cool to see behind-the-scenes videos from a film set, but when that set is Star Wars and we're watching them create some of the most memorable scenes in sci-fi history, then it's certainly worth the watch. Here, Kevin Kelly reports for Cinematical)
If studios weren't incredibly anal about leaks and spoilers, we might be seeing a whole lot of videos like this on the web. David Berry worked as a rotoscope and animation artist for six months on Star Wars, shooting home movies when time allowed. He's put up a nostalgic compilation of some of those set to music, and it's a fun look back at the behind-the-scenes of George Lucas' space romp in the mid-70s when facial hair was common among men, and bras were not among women.
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