In the original Star Wars trilogy (1977 to 1983), good and evil are often clearly signposted, from Darth Vader's skull-like black helmet to Princess Leia's virginal white robes.
But the latest instalment - Solo: A Star Wars Story - offers more shades of grey as it dives into the backstory of one of the franchise's most beloved and morally ambiguous characters: Han Solo.
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