Padme' speaks her prophetic last words after being informed moments before that her husband had turned to the dark side, become a Sith Lord's new apprentice, killed younglings, murdered the Separatist leaders, planed to eventually overthrow the new Emperor so that together they could become galactic dictators, force-choked her until she lost consciousness, and had done all of this for her, in order to protect and save her. Despite this unfathomable blow, her unwavering faith remained in Anakin’s inherent goodness. When everyone else had condemned and given-up on him, she alone had the clarity of perception to still perceive that remaining good in him and somehow this spark of hope she was able to miraculously pass onto her newborn son before her death. Until recently I had never really seen the tremendousness of her selfless love, since for me it was always overshadowed by Anakin’s simultaneous transformation into Vader. Now I feel that Padme’ was more of an unsung tragic heroine and unseen catalyst in restoring order to the galaxy and redeeming her husband. How do others feel about her role in this regard?