This thread definitely needed to be brought up, and now that we know a lot more about Episode 2, I think we can more easily identify possible symbols. Anyways, I think a particualr scene that holds a deeper meaning would have to be the Coruscant chase. On the outside it's just a high speed action scene, but there's more to it than just that. First off, the scene takes place at night, which can't be good. Previously, we had only been exposed to the upper levels of the planet Coruscant. We never even got so much as a glimpse of the depths or how far down that might be. Now, the chase for Zam takes our heroes to the bottom of this here-to-fore bottomless pit. Compare this to the Jedi Council chamber which sits at the very top of Coruscant, and I believe you'll see some nice Heaven/Hell symbolism. Anakin and Obi-Wan must decend into the depths of hell to confront the evil that is behind the assassination attempts. Once they reach the bottom they pause before entering the nightclub to catch their breath. Their entrance to the seedy nightclub has been likened to an old Western where the good guys burst into the saloon with all of the criminals surrounding him. The Jedi here are out of their element. Here they stick out like a sore thumb and are certainly not welcome. They have to walk in between and through this scum and villiany to complete their task. Corruption and evil are on both sides, just as it is for the Jedi Council as a whole. Lieutenant Faytonni, an apparently insignificant background character could be a powerful image if his character is in fact a Republic officer. What's more indicative of the Republic's decay than to see one of its own representatives glaring at the Jedi from an unscrupulous position? The clones will soon complete this decay, and provide the force Palpatine needs to dispose of the Jedi completely. At last the Jedi make their way through the confusion and hostility of the club to confront their attacker, but they do not defeat the evil and rise up triumphantly- they are misled by Jango Fett and his Kyber Dart. So as Anakin and Obi-Wan believe they finally know where the attacks are originating from, and corner the suspect, it turns out that they were looking in the wrong direction all along and must persue a new path. This is a good parallel to Palpatine's manipulations. No one can figure out where the menace really is until it's far too late Anyone else up for breaking down another AotC scene?