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Pentex Production's fan edit of the Disney+ series

Obi-Wan Kenobi into a two hour movie


Hello there.

This is where you can find Kenobi: A Star Wars Story - a 124 minute long fan edit of the Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi by Pentex Productions - a Youtube video essayist and part-time cartoon penguin. 

This edit keeps the overall story of the TV series, but cuts it down into a tight but cohesive narrative that is firmly focused on the character of Obi-Wan, and his relationship with Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader.

It re-orders scenes, cuts unnecessary filler, and overall tells the story in a much more effective way that puts the characters at the heart. The edit also uses music from the prequel trilogy, including a re-score of the final duel to Battle of the Heroes done by Cinevore. 

In the flashbacks, I have used Darth Porg's incredible de-aging of Hayden Christensen. It looks amazing. 

If you haven't already, you can watch the video on my YouTube channel explaining the rationale behind the edit in more detail, which can be found right here:


Read on for the information you need to download the edited film.

Hello there

For a summary of the edits I have made, watch this:


The final duel scene includes the de-aging work done by Darth Porg, the original of which is here:


It also includes a re-score of the duel to Battle of the Heroes by Cinevore, the original of which is here:

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I am not an audio expert and the mixing on this is understandably very complex. So the movie is just stereo, not 5.1.

I have tested the audio on a range of different devices, but your playback experience may differ depending on your set-up, and you may experience issues with levels and/or transitions. I have found that this cut works best watched with quality headphones.

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Due to popular demand I have (painstakingly!) made English subtitles. To add subtitles to the movie, do a Google search for how to sync a .SRT file with your media player of choice. 


The Spanish subtitles and translation was done by Hector Perez Hernandez - THANK YOU.

The Czech subtitles and translation was done by Adam Gall - THANK YOU!

The Serbian subtitles and translation was done by Nenad Karapandzic - THANK YOU!

The French subtitles and translation was done by Gregory Verbeek / @Greg13V83 - THANK YOU!

The German subtitles and translation was done by Colin Muchenberger - THANK YOU

The Brazilian Portuguese subtitles and translation was done by João Pedro Silva - THANK YOU!

The Russian subtitles and translation was done by Сашка Шехиров - THANK YOU!

If you want to be an absolute hero and offer a translation for another language, get in touch.


M U S I C - V I D E O S

Before you download it...

Before I share the links, please responsibly support the fan editing community and the series’ original creators, and only view fan edits of films and shows for which you already have a legally purchased copy.


This means a full Disney+ subscription and Blu-Ray copies of Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, because of the use of footage and music from those films.

This is entirely a non-profit fan creation I did in my spare time out of a love for Star Wars and a desire to tell Obi-Wan's story in a new way. If you liked the video, please check out my Youtube channel: 

Also, please be careful when downloading files from the internet. The links below are the only one I can vouch for, but download at your own risk.

If clicking the link does not work, copy and paste it into the search bar.



These links will take you to the film on Google Drive, Mega or IPFS. If demand is high the Drive links won't work - the best bet is the 3.5 GB Mega version - its still looks fine.



Mega has a download limit of 5GB if you don't have an account, so go for the smaller file. The 3.4 GB is still great quality, promise. Make sure you actually download the file - if you watch it in the browser it'll probably cut out 20 minutes in or so.



If lots of people have been using the Google Drive link then it'll become unavailable. Try again later, or pick another link. 

IPFS (what is this?)

A peer-to-peer option, with thanks to @RubenKelevra for setting this up. 

By downloading one of these files, you acknowledge that you own a legal copy of the Obi-Wan Kenobi series through a full Disney+ subscription as well as legally-purchased copies of Star Wars: Episode II: Attacks of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.


Looking for more?

Then you're in luck. I teamed up with Kai Patterson (of Patterson Cut fame) to create a two-part movie of The Book of Boba Fett.

Watch my video explaining the edit here:

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