Stardust is a fictionalised account of the early career of David Bowie in which he attempts to make a name for himself in America and eventually discovers the Ziggy Stardust persona.
The film includes discussions relating to psychological disorders and schizophrenia, including reference to lobotomy and electro-shock therapy. The film also includes depictions of people making homophobic comments and slurs.
A man is pushed to the ground during a brief altercation.
The film includes a brief depiction of a couple having sex in a dimly-lit room. The film also includes infrequent verbal sexual references.
The film includes use of the word “f**k” as well as use of the words “shit”, “bastard”, “crap” and “hell”.
The film includes brief depictions of people snorting white powder, implied to be cocaine.
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