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And what if the film makes the case that something similar has happened in our world?

(Requisite warning: If you haven’t seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi and don’t want parts of the film spoiled for you, it’s time to go read something else, like our review, or this story about trolls who are ruining the movie for others.) Maybe that’s what Rian Johnson, who wrote and directed , is trying to tell us.

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Johnson could be speaking to us about the real world, where the idea that a patriarchal hierarchy — governed by ancient rules — should serve as gatekeeper to spiritual fulfillment is in decay.

We should open our minds to the idea that what we believe or don’t believe about creators, gods, or other deities can be just as legitimate as what is professed by the person wearing a robe at the front of the room.

They can be guides, but they shouldn’t be all-powerful guards charged with dispensing whatever spiritual goal people are seeking, be it enlightenment, inner-peace, or eternal salvation.

In the final scene of , after thousands of years of the Force being held hostage by its supposed champions, a young child laborer — like Rey, a nobody from nowhere with no branch on the Skywalker family tree — summons a broom to his hand just by thinking about it. A warrior monk with a hood fetish didn’t have to count minuscule specks in his blood cells, like they do in .

He didn’t have parents who were second cousins to Luke’s grandmother and whose picture is in the background of a scene in one of the prequel films.