Stardust

Stardust
Stardust

Year

2007

Duration

122 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Set in the 1800s, this lively fantasy adventure adapted from the novel by Neil Gaiman boasts an all-star cast. A young man sees a falling star and wants to find it as a token of love for the girl that he adores, but who doesn't feel the same way about him. In the search, he discovers a gap in the wall of his village that leads to the magical land of Stormhold. When he gets there he discovers that the star is actually a girl - and that several other people are attempting to track her down, including a very, very wicked witch.

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Contains moderate fantasy violence and scary moments.

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