The release of the original Star Wars in 1977 remains a momentous occasion for many cinephiles and then-young moviegoers who would go on, inspired by the film, to make their own movies. One such filmmaker did just that: Patrick Read Johnson went about making the autobiographical 5-25-77, a drama centered around one young man’s experience seeing the film in the early 2000s. And now, it looks like his project may finally see the light of day in a theatrical release.
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