Woody and Hank have been friends since seeing Star Wars in '77. For Woody, divorced and working two jobs to pay medical bills for his terminally ill son, life holds no magic or adventure anymore. For him, Star Wars is just another movie.
However, at the request of his son, Woody must travel to Indianapolis to find George Lucas at the ‘Star Wars Celebration II’ and hand-deliver a letter. Woody's son hopes it will convince Lucas to continue making Star Wars films – just for his Dad. One thing leads to another and Woody ends up accidentally kidnapping Mr. Lucas. He then finds himself in the middle of a great adventure with the Star Wars movie-making empire hanging in the balance.
Given the hype about the next batch of Star Wars movies, we thought we would celebrate that and the 10th anniversary of one of the funniest SF movies we've seen!
Fans and non-fans alike will enjoy this movie. For the Star Wars fan, this movie has a million-and-one in-jokes, for everyone else it has hundreds.
Not to be mistaken for a fan-movie, Saving Star Wars is very a funny film with one of the wittiest scripts and most endearing characters wehave seen in a long time.
Dave (Vader) Prowse, who appears in the movie as a version of himself will be present to introduce the movie.