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About eight years ago, Joe Sikorra was facing the worst thing you can imagine: his son John had a terminal illness. He had already lost his sight and was having trouble with his short-term memory. John had a wish to meet Luke Skywalker- the real Luke Skywalker, not the actor who plays him. The family turned to the only friend they knew in the film industry, screenwriter Ed Solomon.
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