The "I am your father" revelation Darth Vader gave to Luke to this day still impacts viewers TREMENDOUSLY. Even newbies who started with the prequels first and know the story of Anakin before he became Vader admit the scene is so emotionally impacting despite the FACT THEY ALREADY KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT due to Episode 3's ending. I recently watched Star Wars classic just before Christmas and I am just amazed at how ******* goddamn much I shuddered. DESPITE THIS REWATCH being like my 6th one. Granted its been nearly 10 years since I watched any of the original Star Wars movies but I am just amazed how emotionally I was touched as though I was witnessing the scene when Empire Strikes back was first airing in theaters and before "I am your father" became an overused cliched that is parodied today. And I was born like 20 years after Star Wars's original theatrical release! What is exactly about this scene that makes it so powerful? Like I stated people who watch the original tirrogy who know what to expect state being more impacted than they expected.I know Star Wars isn't even the first work in Sci Fi to use this archetypical plot but Star Wars shocks people with this revelation everytime like no other work before it in Sci Fi. Any fan who is also into other Sci Fi can you comment of what makes the SW execution unique compared to other Sci Fi plots use of it?