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Why does Luke look different at the end of The Last Jedi? Director Rian Johnson explains

WARNING: spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi ahead!Although Star Wars: The Last Jedi begins by depicting Luke Skywalker as a crusty old hermit with blue milk in his beard, toward the end of the film we see Luke seemingly appear as his younger self as he faces down Kylo Ren on the surface of Crait
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