A terrific film

By horrordad
Written August 17, 2009
Grace is much more than a horror film. A sensitive portrayal of the bond between parent and child. How far will an ordinary person go in the interest of protecting a baby? Beatifully filmed. An unusual level of restraint in the acting, especially for a horror film. The score is terrific, especiallly under the final credits. Paul Solet's first feature film is terriffic. Can't wait to see what he does next.
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seen 8/14/2009 in NY

By bipolarpunkgrl
Written August 17, 2009
This movie was awesome. If I didnt live 4 hours away I'd see it again. Very haunting movie. The questions raised still have me pondering. As a mother who gave birth at home and nursed my kids 22+ months each I could relate somewhat. The movie was absolutely fresh and striking. Real but unreal. And it took me by surprise at times. This is definitely NOT for everyone but I think for anyone open minded & interested in women's/mothers issues - it is a very thought provoking and moving story. This will be with me A LONG time.
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By glennrocks
Written August 18, 2009
After watching this movie, both my wife and I were left with huge question marks above our heads. For example, what the hell is this movie even about? Why did the baby need blood? What happened to cause this? Many questions, zero answers. However, if you like crappy movies with poor acting quality, then this is the movie for you. Oh yeah, and seeing an old woman's ******. Classic. Again, terrible movie with a terrible story. You're basically thrown into a script with no understanding of the story and no explanations offered.
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Five Word Review

By joyrogers25
Written July 22, 2010
sick sick sick sick sick
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