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It´s an old hobby of mine. Write an abstract of one of your favorite media. Movie or game, doesn´t matter. But change the point of view!

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Star Wars: A New Hope

Long time ago a faraway galaxy is finally brought to peace under the Galactic Empire ruled by Emperor Palpatine. Only a handful of ragtag criminals, called the Rebel Alliance, offers resistance to the rightful authorities. Following the leadership of a self-proclaimed "princess", they steal valuable intelligence from the Empire in order to bring the hard-fought peace to an end, thus bringing chaos and lawlessness over the many different species in the galaxy.
While on the run in a captured spaceship, and disguised as diplomats, they are brought up by a Star Destroyer. Aboard resides Lord Vader, also known as the titular "New Hope" of the Empire, who fights off the rebellious attack against his crew and eventually manages to take the princess into custody.
Far too late he learns, that the princess already disposed of the intelligence to one of two Droids, with order to contact the long-time wanted criminal and last living member of a fanatic cult, Ben Kenobi.
The two reprogrammed Droids, R2-D2 and C-3PO, barely manage to land on a backwater planet, but instead of finding Ben Kenobi, they get caught by homeless junk traders, who sell them to a hillbilly family. Looking for a way out of their predicament, the Droid R2-D2 manipulates the gullible boy Luke by showing him a part of the secret message that is meant for Ben Kenobi.
As soon as Luke sees the hologram of the handsome princess, he decides to find Ben Kenobi. He follows the Droid R2-D2 into the open desert in order to find Ben Kenobi by pure luck. On his way he is attacked and knocked out by "Sand People", the primitive natives of the planet. Of course Ben Kenobi happens to come by and rescues Luke, as if this was not a set-up to lure Luke away from his family.
Later on Ben Kenobi tells Luke many lies about his "dead" father and their common role in the Jedi cult. Radicalised in such a way, Luke decides to leave his family and join the subversive Rebel Alliance. He follows Ben Kenobi to Mos Eisley, a town full of criminals. In a shady cantina they get together with a wanted smuggler and his rabid pet bear. Together they concoct a plan to find the Rebel Alliance and sell them the valuable intelligence for an enormous price.
After leaving the planet, not without murdering police forces on the way, they set course to Alderaan, where they hope to find the Rebel Alliance. But Lord Vader already awaits them aboard an orbital defense station. He manages to capture the rebel spaceship, prepared to do a final battle with cultist Ben Kenobi.
As expected, Kenobi absconds from justice with the help of a Jedi trick, while Luke and the smuggler free the imprisoned princess and sabotage the orbital defense station. Once again they flee from the authorities and finally join the Rebel Alliance.
After selling the secret blueprints of the orbital defense station to the Rebel Alliance, they all together start a last assault on one of the main pillars of the Imperial defense forces, in the course of which they commit the biggest genocide in the history of the Empire. In destroying the orbital defense station they kill more than 1.7 million military members and hundred thousands of sentient Droids.
Post edited 3 days ago by Oddeus
Funny, reminds me of a guy on Youtube, who explained in a video why the Jedi are the real evil force and not the Sith.
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Oddeus: ....
Too long; didn't read.

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An unemployed pothead seeks for a recompensation for his ruined rug, but fails to get it. Oh well, no biggie, life goes on, except for Donny.

(The Big Lebowski)
Post edited 3 days ago by timppu
How about Alien:

Spoilers ahead!

On its way back to earth the mining freighter Nostromo picks up an alien radio signal from an unknown moon. Eager to establish first contact the crew of the Nostromo lands on the moon and seeks out the alien spaceship. After entering the ship they find countless alien lifeforms. Curious as he is, one of the crew members, named Kane, starts immediate oral intercourse with one of the aliens, not knowing, that one can get pregnant from that.
After returning to the landed ship, Kane gives birth to an human-alien hybrid. Unable to bear the look of his son, Kane decides to die, and leaves it to the crew to raise his son. But the crew agrees that they can´t let this unholy union of man and extraterrestrial live, and start a merciless hunt for Kane´s son. Armed with flamethrowers they try to corner him. In an act of self-defense Kane´s son kills one of the crew members, but tries to make peace with the others. For that reason he abducts some of the others and brings them to the lower decks, where he gives them an understanding of his alien culture.
Meanwhile Science Officer Ash has a change of heart and tries to convince Warrant Officer Ripley to accept the alien-hybrids nature and let him visit earth for further cultural exchange. Unable to overcome their prejudice, the remaining crew of the Nostromo accuses Ash of insubordination and executes him.
Now that Officer Ripley is in command she fights until the end, and manages to set a trap for Kane´s son. By walking around naked she lures him into the rescue shuttle. In the confined space, where he has no chance to escape, Ripley vents him into space without a trial.
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timppu: An unemployed pothead seeks for a recompensation for his ruined rug, but fails to get it. Oh well, no biggie, life goes on, except for Donny.
This movie from the perspective of the nihilists would be pretty funny. "They don't have a perspective, Dude, they're nihilists."
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Oddeus: ....
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timppu: Too long; didn't read.

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An unemployed pothead seeks for a recompensation for his ruined rug, but fails to get it. Oh well, no biggie, life goes on, except for Donny.

(The Big Lebowski)
"Yeah, so?" (quote from near the end of the film)
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timppu: An unemployed pothead seeks for a recompensation for his ruined rug, but fails to get it. Oh well, no biggie, life goes on, except for Donny.
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drm9009: This movie from the perspective of the nihilists would be pretty funny. "They don't have a perspective, Dude, they're nihilists."
Nihilists be like: "It's not fair!"
Post edited 2 days ago by timppu