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Why does everyone assess a film such as this solely on a narrative basis when the images themselves are so fucking articulate? Lucas captures one environment after the other here, each one so gorgeously embodying the ideal balance between practical and computer generated effects, coalescing into something that’s so irresistibly painterly. Every scene presents the viewer with an array of textures that are so seemingly tangible, milky, and gorgeous. I love how this film is the only one of the…