This is an odd one but when ATOC was originally released in theatres (back when they came on reels and the non-digital version) the sequence when Anakin confessed killing the Tusken raiders ended with his "I hate them" declaration and up with the Darth Vader classic "bah bah bah" theme & then cuts to the funeral outside the homestead. But subsequent releases (and I think I heard also on the digital theatre release of ATOC which was way, way smaller back in 2002) had Padme's "To be angry is to be human" "I'm a Jedi, I know I'm better than this" bit. Anybody notice this for the past 10 years or is it just me? It always stuck with me because I always thought leaving the scene on the uber-menacing bit was more effective. Although, to be fair, you kinda need the understanding bit from Padme at the end, although her response seems a bit pat. Considering he just confessed to slaughtering Tuskens. But he does classify them as animals and they did kinda kill his mother. Anyway, yeah, anybody else like it better before that or do you not remember at all? (Hell, I probably can dig out a cam-bootleg of ATOC on a digital file somewhere to confirm how it ended). I think also on the "reel" release, Anakin's robot-arm didn't grab Padme's hand at the end at the wedding, it just kinda hung there.