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In this lighthearted science fiction story for the whole family, research scientist Dr. Karol Wasacz has come up with a remarkable new invention -- the "bio-chip," a microprocessor that can give life to inanimate objects. While Karol has envisioned a number of beneficial uses for this new technology, his employers have other ideas, and rather than see his creation fall into evil hands, Dr. Wasacz brings it home, where it's soon installed in the family's vacuum cleaner. Now that the Wasaczs have an all-talking, all-singing, all-dancing carpet sweeper, the good doctor and his 11-year-old son Charlie have to see to it that Stardust the vacuum (and his all-important bio-chip) isn't stolen by those who would use it for sinister purposes. Stardust stars Amanda Donohoe, Giancarlo Esposito, Christopher Berryman, and Olek Krupa.