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The film explores identity and how one can redefine their life's true purpose and accepting the written fate
Centralized around fate, self-worth, and true calling, Stardust talks about a girl seeking to change the projection of her life. Unsatisfied with the oracle's answer, Nawara takes matters into her own hands, landing her in more trouble than she wished for. The film explores identity and how one can redefine their life's true purpose and change the written fate. The film reimagines a futuristic North African civilization without the disruption of globalization. The visuals are adorned with a fusion of North African Islamic architecture and costumes, and through them, the characters take us through the piercing heat, intimidating rocky terrain, and translucent starry desert sky.Stardust was co-produced by Giraffics and Tiggerfish for Diseny+'s Kizazi Moto Anthology, where Giraffics worked on the visual development and preproduction of the film.