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Cast overview, first billed only:
Grace McKinley
Dominic McKinley
Ralph Devito (as Benjamin Ratner)
Gigi Devito
Kate Wilkins
Tom Scholte ...
Father James
Gerry the Postman
Edith Lando ...
Steve the Cop
Douglas J. Clempson ...
Walt the Cop
Mr. McKinley, Dominic's Father
Jackson-Day Washington ...
Little Dominic
Grace Stellingwerff ...
Little Grace
Marcy Goldberg ...
Little Connie
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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