The Force Awakens TV spot is all about the eyes

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The Force Awakens TV spot

It’s all about the eyes, apparently, in this new The Force Awakens TV spot revealed Sunday by Twitter.

It’s nice to see a focus on a body part other than hands. Maybe our new heroes will make it through their trilogy without losing an appendage?

In addition to the lines spoken by Lupita Nyong’o’s mysterious Maz Kanata character (“I have lived long enough to see the same eyes in different peope. I see your eyes. I know you eyes!”), there’s the text that appears near the end of the trailer: “Every generation … has a story,” which closely echoes the theme of the original trailer for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (“Every generation has a legend … Every journey has a first step … Ever saga has a beginning…”)

I sense they’re trying to tell us something…

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