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I recognize the point he's putting in play here: but I (conditionally) disagree.
(I strongly suspect I have mild ASD.) For me, world-building provides a set of behavioural constraints that make it to understand the character of my fictional protagonists.
Let me have another go at George Lucas (I'm sure if he feels picked on he can sob himself to sleep on a mattress stuffed with 0 bills).
Take the asteroid field scene from : here in the real world, we know that the average distance between asteroids over 1km in diameter in the asteroid belt is on the order of 3 million kilometers, or about eight times the distance between the Earth and the Moon.
With aircraft flying at 100-200 km/h in large formations, the cinema screen could frame multiple aircraft maneuvering in proximity, close enough to be visually distinguishable.
The second world war wasn't cinematic: with aircraft engaging at speeds of 400-800 km/h, the cinematographer would have had a choice between framing dots dancing in the distance, or zooming in on one or two aircraft.