Stardust

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Released 1975

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Stardust

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Director:
Michael Apted
Released:
1975
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Stardust is a 1974 British film by director Michael Apted. The film is a sequel to the 1973 film, That’ll Be the Day. Following on from the earlier film, Stardust is set in the mid 1960s/early1970s and follows the rollercoaster-reminiscent career of Jim Maclaine (David Essex), an aspiring rock star. After forming his band, The Stray Cats, Maclaine enlists his old friend, Mike Menary (Adam Faith), as the band’s road manager. Mike secures a new van, housing, and a recording session for the group and The Stray Cats becomes an instant music sensation. Maclaine is thrown into the world of a rock star, with all the media attention that comes with celebrity. It is not long before he finds himself sucked into the cliché life of sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll. Maclaine’s heavy drug-use and new, hedonistic lifestyle do not bode well for the state of his relationships and, when he messes things up with Mike, he finds himself without a best friend. Stardust tells the story of a man who has had all of his wishes and dreams come true—but, sometimes, it really is best to be careful what one wishes for.moreless
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