“Through Imperial Eyes” clip

Much like the darksaber history clip, within only a few seconds, you get a sense of emotional history. It’s an example of a rapid shot where you still catch the meditative details at first glance.

The drabness, the blare of an alarm outside, the faceless stormtrooper debriefing you to your usual destination, your co-workers scurrying outside.

Man, you truly feel that muteness of that routine and the unspoken contemplation. I love the first-person oner shot where we look into the ripples of sink water before we see the man seeing himself in the mirror.

And you really get the feeling that it took such a long time for Kallus to really absorb the abyss he’s living in past “Honorable Ones”. And one can assume too, while he may be betraying his profession in the name of what’s right and honorable, I also have the feeling it’s also to sidetrack the lifelessness of a commitment he knows isn’t benefiting the world.

And quite honestly, the familiar auditory cue of Rogue One, where all its heroes didn’t survive the Empire…

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ro-van  asked:

For those of you that serve as wait staff, do you get uncomfortable when people use your name to refer to you? I usually only use it to say thank you because I feel like the wait staff doesn't get as much respect as they deserve (I even drew one of my waitresses for her and she took it home) But it recently crossed my mind that maybe using their names are too personal/casual and despite the fact they're made too by their work to tell their name, it makes them uncomfortable?

I know that I personally get weirded out by it. Like, you ain’t know me like that. But then again I’m also uncomfortable by people calling me “ma’am” or “miss.” I guess I would prefer to just not be spoken to at all, ever. Anyone else?


Saw Gerrera used to say one fighter with a sharp stick and nothing left to lose can take the day. They have no idea we’re coming. They have no reason to expect us. If we can make it to the ground we’ll take the next chance, and the next. On and on until we win… or the chances are spent.