The original Star Wars movie was introduced in 1977. A long time ago. Let us consider the primary female character, Princess Leia. She was somewhat feminine, wearing fancy hair and flowing robes. At times she acted very caring and nurturing, as when she pleaded with Darth Vader not to blow up Alderaan. At other times, she was very imperious and dare we say, feminist. And example of this is when she scolded Luke and Han for not planning their escape from the detention deck well; with her consequently taking charge. She was a classic damsel in distress when Luke was using his rope to cross the deep shaft. She nurturing in consoling Luke after the loss of Obi-Wan.
As can be seen, she was an odd mix. Perhaps this was because the makers of the movie did not want to create a strong female character, as this might be a turn-off to the audience of the era. Rather, she would be strong at times.
Flash forward to today. The new Star Wars movie is about to be released. Apparently Leia is now a general. The question is: What kind of character has she morphed into. It is most assuredly something that fits today’s liberal sensibilities. Your task is to guess exactly how these sensibilities will play out in the film