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This photo taken on December 17, 2019 shows a room at a cafe that screens previously-released Star Wars films, in Beijing. - Jedi mind tricks don't work on China. While "Star Wars" fans from around the world waited in line for days to catch "The Rise of Skywalker," the sci-fi series has struggled to woo film-goers in the increasingly important Chinese market. (Photo by NOEL CELIS / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY ENTERTAINMENT-US-FILM-STAR WARS-REVIEWS-CHINA,FOCUS BY JING XUAN TENG AND LAN LIANCHAO

‘Star Wars’ struggles in a country far, far away: China