Angels in Stardust

Synopsis: An imaginative teenage girl, living in a mystical and dangerous community built on a deserted drive-in movie lot along the Texas/Oklahoma border, struggles to realize her potential, and escape the world she was born into.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Production: Arc Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
101 min

lonely old house of yours tonight

and cook you a good dinner.

Oh, well, now, I can't ask that.

Well, you ain't asking.

I'm giving.

Just think of it as part of our services,

Mr. Hogan.

Well, when you put it that way.

Ain't no other way to do it.

And don't you worry

about the turnout, okay?

I'm gonna make sure there are

plenty of folks at the

funeral procession.



Where are your friends?

Melody had to work at the DQ,

and Loretta said I couldn't

force her down here

with a tow truck

and six hot mechanics.

Then offer her a dozen.

You promised.

Ma, I did not promise.

It's hard getting folks

to go to a funeral

of a body they don't know.

Just try again, please.


All right, I'm going.

I could get Pitney.

That silly

red-haired kid?

He's got nice clothes.

Go. Call him.

What is it with Goofy?

Pitney is taking baton

twirling lessons.

He wants to lead parades.

Well, this here is

a funeral procession.

Close enough.

This is so...


Hey, at least

you're getting paid.

Aww. Well,

I will take you

to the Two Kiss after

and buy you a sodie.

Me, too?


We can sit in the backseat

and make out like lovers.


Here. Put this on.

What, that ratty old thing?

Put it on.

The way you're dressed,

it looks like we're

mourning your lost virtue.

Just wear it.

Pitney! What...

What are you doing?

Give me that.

Thank you, Mr. Sunday.

Everything was splendid.

It's never enough,

Mr. Hogan.


See you later, Fred.


What are you up to?


I told you before

this is a business,

not your personal mixer.

He's a decent man.

How else am I supposed

to meet such a fella?

How 'bout a church social?

That pitiful lot?

May as well raffle myself

off at the VA hospital.

Am... Am I

hurting anybody?

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