I find that statement interesting.
I agree with the truly passive approach of Luke in that scene. I would agree it was an amazing moment of harmonious action if there was hope for redemption of Kylo – if it leads to a moment of self reflection and forgiveness.
An other way to look at it is look failed at his destiny again.
What about the concept that Luke hide on the isle and disconnected himself from the Force to avoid having to stop Kylo himself. What if he is avoiding his destiny and allowing Rey to do it?
Or its just a cheap plot device to get Rey to fight Kylo without Luke’s assistance.
Or what if it demonstrate the American propensity to show how ineffective our elders are?
There are so many ways to interpret that action as depicted in the movie.
And there seems to be an agenda behind the messages of these movies – to dismantle the mythos of Star wars.
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