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Why is it called "Across the stars" ?

Discussion in 'Star Wars And Film Music' started by General_Crix_Madine, May 3, 2003.

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  1. General_Crix_Madine

    General_Crix_Madine Jedi Youngling star 2

    Jun 16, 2001
    Yes, I also think that it is meant for Episode III, because Anakin and Padme are constantly being separated from each other and that their love spreada all across the that it..

    Kirk out :)

  2. Sithman

    Sithman Jedi Grand Master star 7

    Jul 6, 1999
    "because Anakin and Padme are constantly being separated from each other"

    SPOILARRR ALLERT!!!!!!1111!1!1!!1! [face_shocked]
  3. Lady__Skywalker

    Lady__Skywalker Jedi Youngling star 3

    Aug 22, 2002
    Here ya go mes amis, straight from JW himself:

    "...Likewise, the title, "Across the Stars" suggests the timelessness of love-eternal while dropping the hint that our lovers' knot might be ill-fated and 'star-crossed'."
  4. J-Solo

    J-Solo Jedi Master star 4

    Oct 6, 1999
    Ever heard of the "Tanabata Matsuri" in Japan? The story goes: a long time ago, two lovers only wanted to stay together and forget about the rest of the world. Because of that, they were cursed and transformed in two far apart stars that never meet, except for one day every year, when a "matsuri" (a festival), is organized."Across the Stars"...? (and Lucas is a japanese culture buff, you know)
  5. DarthBoba

    DarthBoba Manager Emeritus star 9 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

    Jun 29, 2000
    Well, Sithman said it all. Bloody Sithman.

  6. StarDude

    StarDude Jedi Knight star 5

    Nov 28, 2001
    The love theme's title is not "Across the Stars." If you recall, Across the Stars and the music video was a medley of the themes from Episode II.
  7. General Kenobi

    General Kenobi Administrator Emeritus star 6 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

    Dec 31, 1998
    StarDude, check out [link=]this thread about the title of the love theme[/link]. ;)
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