This is really clever! It’s a fan-made, shot-for-shot remake of Lucasfilm’s The Empire Strikes Back,
Lucasfilm’s Casey Pugh divided The Empire Strikes Back into 470 15-second segments, and invited fans to remake any of the segments in any format they chose. He wound up w/more that 1,500 submissions, which he then pieced together, recreating (literally re-creating) the original film. The result is hilarious.
The fans took him at his word. Some segments are live action, some are animated. In the course of a single scene, Princess Leia can change from a line drawing to a 6-year-old girl to a Lego character to a rather large, bearded gentleman to a puppet.
The resulting film is probably best watched in short, random segments.
Like the original film. The Empire Strikes Back Uncut is a sequel. Five years ago, Pugh and Lucasfilm did the same thing w/Star Wars. The resulting Star Wars Uncut won a special Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Interactive Media. You can watch it here.