Ah. The "Milo" take on Star Wars. Here's the one I prefer:
The story of an orphaned boy who seeks to join the freedom fighters who are standing up for ordinary people against an oppressive, totalitarian, genocidal regime that took power in a bloody coup that killed billions only some 20 years earlier, ending decades of peace. Finding purpose in a faith most had forgotten, one his father had been part of, one that had been a stabilizing force for good for millennia, he finally joins the rebellion, and carries out a military strike on a planet sized weapon responsible for the death of billions just days before.
That's not how the story started. It started with a young boy on Tatooine who was raised as a slave because his mother lost a bet on a pod race. It's a story of magic and dark and good and an annoying black stereotype.