That's the kind of fan editing project that worth spending your time on. Not only the idea is unique and fascinating by itself, but the author keeps finding good editing solutions that work great for this format. Sometimes it's quite evident that the original film is too modern to age it realistically, but for the most part the author is successful at what he's trying to achieve. Great charismatic performances and beautiful score are highlighted even more by this format, which is a real treat. Loved every minute of it!
This is a fantastic piece of art that any Star Wars fan must see! I enjoyed this immensely and had only one quibble with it, which was some syntax and typographical errors in the text dialogue boxes. With that stated, I will enjoy this for years to come and cannot recommend it enough.
Very good fan edit. It's improving all the story of TFA by eliminating the Death Star plot. And, surprisingly, it's working. But it has its weak points (who can be resolved). The bound between Han Solo and Ray is not credible because some scenes are missing. You can definately eliminate the awkward hug between Finn and Poe - it is not necessary to the plot and it is to much (it is not credibile even in the movie). And you can do some more dialogues in the war room to give the new plot more credibility - it seems too rushed. Also, the scene from that new Cantina is a little bit confusing. The visual editing is almost perfectly. In the audio side you can work a little bit - some scenes has not the proper music. The narrative seems to work because you don't feel anymore that you watch "A New Hope" all over again.