No, I think you just don’t think it’s an important issue and ignoring why it matters to some of us, and how literally not being in control of one’s body make one even further away from freedom.
I disagree. Fiction today serves the same function that stories/mythologies have always done, which is to point out some sort of truths of our existence. Humans are meaning-making machines, and stories are a key way that we make meaning. We can actually tease out greater lessons for our lives through fiction. And I’d say that Lucas was always somewhat political in his works. It’s pretty clear that the 60s counterculture in part helped to set themes in Star Wars back in the 1970s.