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

Mm, mm, mm.

Hmm? If I am,

I'd sure like to know.

What are you doing?

Come on. Let's go.

Uh-uh. In a minute.

Ain't you been here before?


Jeez, you are out of it.

This is a regular

make-out zone at night.

He's got cowboy boots on.


It's weird.

Uh, not around here.

Seems kind of sacrilegious,

that's all.

No, you want to see sacrilege,

you just come out here

on a Saturday night.

This is a regular

Sodom and Gomorrah.



Come on.

Let's go.

This place is creepy without

a car under your butt

and a boy stuck to your face.


Come on.

Come on!


Hey, Mrs. Dinwiddie.

Hey, Tammy.

Hey, Addie.

Does she ever talk?

Not to me.

Did you have a good day?


Put a poor soul in the ground.

Oh, no, not his soul, honey,

just his body.

How's about a lemonade?

You look parched.


Spot any UFOs today?

Nope, but they's out there.

I tell you, Addie,

we've been busier

than a june bee

on chocolate lately.

Oh, I heard about the wreck.

Got two

and two more from the gas

explosion at Hartley's.

Oh, I heard that was terrible.

Did they look frightful?

Picture charbroiled tater tots,

and you get the idea.

Oh, dear, you have

got a hard job.

I've had worse.

Come from tenant farmers.

Picked cotton and collards

till I was a teenager.

Oh, I hear you, honey.

Called 'em sharecroppers

back in the day.

That's where I got the lung

disease put me on relief.

Heh. My daddy worked my body

to death in them fields.

Only reason sharecroppers

have young'uns.

Oh, ain't that the truth?

Take planting corpses over

pulling cotton any day.

I hear you.

Ever been yonder?


Over by the sun.

Suppose that's

where our Pas went.

Why are you thinking about that?

It must be better there.

Why'd they go?

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