"Sidney Lumet, a director who preferred the streets of New York to the back lots of Hollywood and whose stories of conscience — “12 Angry Men,” “Serpico,” “Dog Day Afternoon,” “The Verdict,” “Network” — became modern American film classics, died Saturday morning at his home in Manhattan. He was 86.
His stepdaughter, Leslie Gimbel, said the cause was lymphoma."
For a Episode III near the end of the film, Darth Vader is standing in front of a window in his Star Destroyer, sadly looking at the planet Tatooine where his childhood thrives. A sad version of the Imperial March is playing with high strings and a piccolo (sort of like his death music in RotJ). He then looks down, at his hands. The camera focuses on his right hand as it is trembling. Suddenly, after about 10 seconds, he balls it into a fist. The sad Imperial March ends with high, sleep inducing strings. The original Imperial March starts blaring and wakes you up from any kind of sleep you might have fallen into. He knows that he is now part of the dark side and has to live on. He then holds up his head and walks proudly down a hallway, with the camera focusing on Darth Vader with Imperial officers at their controls. He then signals for two stormtroopers to follow him as he walks into a room. The Imperial March ends climatically.
Would that or would that not be a better scene than that stupid "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!"?