Re: The Empire Strikes Back Appreciation Thread
It may be an inconclusive ending, but it's an ending nonetheless. The major character arcs are brought to a logical stopping point like Han and Leia's relationship, Luke becoming and Jedi and facing Vader, and Lando redeeming himself. If you don't like cliffhangers I'd get why you wouldn't be satisfied with it however because it is a pretty big one. But that's a valid method to ending a story that's meant to be apart of a larger narrative.
You do not fear death.
You think this makes you strong. It makes you weak.
How can you move faster than possible,
fight longer than possible,
without the most powerful impulse of the spirit:
The fear of death.