“Star Wars” occupies an epic and unique place in the pantheon of youthful fantasies, and the recent reboot by JJ Abrams deepens and extends the glowing mayhem and radical anti-family message of the original series. The original Star Wars emerged during a time of catastrophic family breakdown in the West – the divorce rate had risen 300% from the 1960s to the 1970s – leaving hundreds of millions of boys without fathers. Luke Skywalker’s multi-movie quest to find and save his father mirrors the search for masculinity which has obsessed and crippled entire generations of young men. What is the Truth About Star Wars: The Force Awakens?