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Glitter

Rating:PG-13 (for some sensuality, language and brief violence)
Genre:Drama, Romance, Musical
Release Date:September 21, 2001
Running time:105 minutes
Cast:Mariah Carey, Max Beesley, Eric Benet, Da Brat, Terrence Howard
Director:Vondie Curtis Hall
Producer:Laurence Mark, Mariah Carey
Writer:Kate Lanier, John Wilder
Distributor:20th Century Fox

Description: The story of a gifted young singer, Billie Frank, who overcomes a turbulent childhood and struggles to find her true identity and voice. During her childhood, Billie is abandoned by her drug-addicted mother and is remanded to an orphanage. Years later, Billie is discovered by charismatic, irresistible "bad boy" DJ Julian Dice who hears her demo and, floored by her talent, gets her a record deal. She soon falls for him and he becomes her partner, producer and lover. With Dice, she begins an exciting but often volatile and precarious journey as she struggles through her personal and professional life, riding the roller coaster to superstardom. However, conflicts with Dice hold her back and she ultimately must begin to escape his influence and find her own style.

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