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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Scholte ...
Gerry the Postman
Edith Lando ...
Steve the Cop
Doug Clempson ...
Walt the Cop (as Douglas Clempson)
Dominic's Father (as Mike Kopsa)
Jackson-Day Washington ...
Little Dominic
Tatiana Stellingwerff ...
Little Grace
Marcy Goldberg ...
Young Connie (as Marci Goldberg)
Rick Dobran ...
Sammy at the Diner


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My favourite movie of 2003
3 November 2003 | by (Vancouver, B.C.) – See all my reviews

I saw SEE GRACE FLY the Vancouver Film Festival, and I fell for it in a huge way.

It's written and Directed by Pete McCormack, produced by Paul Armstrong and stars a bevvy of Canada's best actors: Gina Chiarelli & Paul McGillion, Jennifer Copping, Ben Ratner, Tom Sholte and Meagen Leitch. And it's scored by the amazing Dennis Burke.

Like most people, I go to the movies to be entertained (Charlie's Angels, Old School, Bridget Jones Diary etc.) or moved (Lost in Translation, Mystic River etc.)

SEE GRACE FLY fell into the latter category. It's a simple story about a delusional woman (Gina Chiarelli) and her brother (Paul McGillion) who is seduced by her delusions - because it's the only way to love her.

I have never, ever, been so moved by a film as I was by this one. It just got me right in the gut. Check out the roof top scene: "I got your message".

If Gina Chiarelli is not the best actor in Canada, I don't know who is. If she doesn't get a Genie nomination for this role (Canada's Oscars) I will mount a campaign of shame and humiliation against the academy. Seriously, I will raise an almighty stink. But I'm not too worried. No-one could fail to see the piercing beauty of this performance.

Tom Sholte is also great as the complicated, warm-hearted priest. He is one of those centered, unfussy actors who does his work so quietly and clearly, and with such subtle precision, that I fear he will never get his due.

See Grace Fly rocks.

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