In the follow-up scene, Jack and Ally are seen engaged in an animated conversation while enjoying their drink together. In a bid to motivate a reluctant and diffident Ally to pursue a professional music career, Jack waxes eloquently, ‘Look, talent comes everywhere. Everybody’s talented. Bet you everybody in this bar is talented in one thing or another. But having something to say and the way to say it so people listen to it, that’s a whole other bag. And unless you get out there and you try to do it, you’ll never know. That’s just the truth. If there is one reason we’re supposed to be here, it’s to say something so people wanna hear it.’
Predictably, in the movie, Ally goes on to become a star, even surpassing Jack in stardom.
A star is hidden, waiting to emerge, in each one of us. Unless it is discovered and showcased, talent remains latent. We need not be afraid of presenting our singularity before the world. The purpose of the life could be served by allowing our facet to surface, our unique voice heard for the larger good of the people.