Another good selection here, Samnz. You're beginning to think quite abstractly about space and character habitation -- I can see. I tell you what I dig noticing it just now: the red and then blue reflections coming off Amidala and Sidious and Maul respectively in those adjacent images. See it? The sheen of the world of the "Old Republic". The Sith frames are excellent, too. I've always loved that "hero" shot of Anakin, confidently strutting forward, the wind blowing his garments, walking away from Obi-Wan (irony), his own man. In a child-like gesture, however, that cuts both ways, Artoo remains faithfully at his side, even here, when the guy is looking like an Adonis. The shot of Padme waiting is delectable. Her sentient gaze is very nearly being cast on Anakin like those eerie light rays in the background. And what a background it is, with those numerous pillars curving into the distance, snaking 'round like some super-sized zoetrope. Padme and pillars. Think back to TPM. She is somehow associated with the lonely grandeur of this period. And black to his black. The blood-red floor is also strikingly suggestive. But I also love the grey and brown floor decals which characterize ROTS. Luke lives in a world of such grain compared to these smooth, polished, bright, and very controlled shots found in ROTS. It's a pretty sharp contrast: from an enlarged world of dream and illusion to a quotidian recuperation on a dustbowl world. The symbolic challenge to the Republic / Empire comes from the sparest planet in the saga.