These comments are from the TV programme The Directors, and appeared on TF.N Episode III Page today. They give a revealing insight as to how George Lucas feels about the overall Saga. I have cut out quite a bit of stuff that doesn't relate to the Forum. "I see Star Wars as a 6 part movie, done in 12 hours. I don't see them as individual episode's, I see them as one 6 episode movie". "I hope my work is going to be remembered better than it is today, but I think in time, once the superficial aspects have been forgotten, and people look at the movies for what they are, I think they will find them kind of fascinating and I'm hoping they will be delved into further, than the contemporary analysis, and see them for what they are, which is more sociological than I think most people at this point want to think of them." "I think in time a lot of the contemporary feelings about the films will have drifted away, and people will be able to see the films in their true light. They're very simple and very complex at the same time." Lets hope George Lucas is right. I think he will be. Star Wars will be seen as one movie in time, and people will see the subtle brilliance of all the movies, PT and OT together.