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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

come to possess the plans to the Death Star that she hides in R2-D2 at the beginning of ? Where did they come from? Were they stolen or turned over by a traitor? They’re questions to which most ordinary viewers wouldn’t give a second thought, but narrative hanging threads like that have fueled the fevered imaginations of the faithful for decades.

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