Sorry if I’ve not been up with recent discussions, but what was broken about Holdo’s hair being purple?
Though some may want to tackle it as a technical challenge / exercise (apparently it is quite a difficult, labour-intensive task to to do - and get right).
Others don’t like the Holdo character and wish to make changes to her.
An aesthetic choice - some seemingly don’t like (through to some not being able to stand) people having purple hair in their Star Wars space opera / fantasy films.
A few have problems that the purple hair meant that the Holdo character was a lesbian; an oft-mentioned comment when making racist, sexist, homophobic or other derogatory comments on other female characters in the Sequels too.
I like to think most on here doing this change for Edits see it as an aesthetic choice or a technical exercise / challenge…
I think it’s really dishonest to reduce anyone who doesn’t like The Last Jedi to a bunch of politically motivated epithets like “racist,” “sexist,” “homophobic,” etc.
I suggest you read my post again - because I am not sure how you claim to that conclusion based on what I wrote.
“A few have problems that the purple hair meant that the Holdo character was a lesbian; an oft-mentioned comment when making racist, sexist, homophobic or other derogatory comments on other female characters in the Sequels too.”
You said “a few,” but you also said, “oft-mentioned,” and I have zero trust in you or others like you to make the distinction. You’ve defended Johnson for his fan bashing several times. “Oh no, he just doesn’t like the bad ones.” That’s nonsense. It’s essentially a political divide, and I think it’s fine to acknowledge that openly.
You have a PM.
“Oh no, he just doesn’t like the bad ones.” - I’m interested in learning where you got that supposed quote from me - or simply made up?