|Attack of the Clone|
|Obi-Wan faces off against a foe|
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|Released||January 28, 2003|
Michael J. Green
Attack of the Clone, also known as Star Wars: Episode IIish – Attack of the Clone, is a 2003 science fiction action brickfilm by Michael J. Green. It follows Obi-Wan Kenobi as he gets into a battle while following a bounty hunter. It was Green's first brickfilm, and was also an exercise in After Effects and 3D programs, as all of the stop-motion is bluescreened onto 3D backgrounds.
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Obi-Wan Kenobi has flown to the planet Kamino to find the bounty hunter who is trying to kill Senator Padmé Amidala, and discovers that the bounty hunter Jango Fett is being used to create a clone army. Obi-Wan contacts the Jedi council via hologram to inform them of his findings, and Yoda asks for the bounty hunter to be brought before them.
Obi-Wan heads to a higher platform and finds Jango Fett, who begins firing at him. The two battle and Obi-Wan is knocked off the platform back down to his ship, and Jango Fett escapes in his own ship. Obi-Wan finds Fett's dropped wallet, but is then faced by a Sith lord who attacks. The two have a lightsaber duel until Obi-Wan overpowers him and demands to know who he is, but the Sith does not tell him and manages to break free and escape. Obi-Wan contacts Yoda, who is disappointed and asks again for the bounty hunter to be brought before him. It is then revealed that the Sith lord was one of an army of clones of Count Dooku.