[quote=“MetalGeorge, post:5, topic:2477”]The style, the music, the raw emotional depth. I’m the sort of person who becomes REALLY attached and involved in a film, and I always find myself drawn to so many of the SW’s universal themes of revenge, violence and justice. It probably helps that the titles kick so much ass, and there are so many huge, epic mythological heroes, from Sartana and Sabata to Django and The Man With No Name.
Of course, any SW with a Morricone score is BOUND to up the emotional ante/factor, as well! :D[/quote]
That’s quite how I feel too. And I become particularly attached to the heroes. I think what mainly attracts us is that we would like to be like them. The themes and the symbolisms of sw are one of the most important points about these films. The political messages they send have the same depth at any time.