The Book of Stars Trailer

The Book of Stars Trailer (1999)

06 June 1999 111 mins

A tale of two sisters. Penny (Masterson) cares for her younger sister Mary (Malone), who suffers from cystic fibrosis. "Cares for" is a questionable term, as the hardened, edgy Penny secretly makes her living in the world's oldest profession while popping pills to help numb her from the grim reality of her job and the impending loss of her sister. Mary, a romantic daydreamer who faces her disease with a graceful, knowing spirit, remembers the days when her big sister was a "brilliant" published poet, and she pours her every thought, memory, and dream into a lovingly crafted scrapbook she calls "the book of stars."

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Mary Stuart Masterson

as Penny McGuire

Jena Malone

as Mary McGuire

Karl Geary

as Kristjan

Delroy Lindo

as Professor

John Considine

as Lost John

Bob Morrisey

as Silhouetted John

 D.B. Sweeney

as Prisoner


International Releases Dates

United States 06 June 1999

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