In Attack of the Clones there is a scene that makes me cringe. Anakin comes back after slaying an entire Tusken town. I can concede that Anakin was angry and unable to hold back his inner rage but... How can Amidala react like this? She's not only horrified but she is comforting him after the slaughter.
Are Tusken Raiders considered animals or subhuman? Is it just her or is it the morality of Naboo/the Galaxy that supports this reaction? Or was it just love, how can't she see that he is a murdering monster?
From the script for Episode II:
PADME: What's wrong, Ani?
ANAKIN: I-- I killed them. I killed them all. They're dead. Every single one of them. And not just the men... but the women... and the children too. They're like animals, and I slaughtered them like animals! I hate them! [ Anakin Exhales ]
PADME: To be angry is to be human.