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Grace and the Storm (2004)

| Drama | March 2004 (USA)
An exhausted Manhattan drug dealer stumbles across the existence of a mythical drug known as "Grace," which according to urban legend, can increase a user's cerebral activity to dangerous new levels.

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An exhausted Manhattan drug dealer stumbles across the existence of a mythical drug known as "Grace," which according to urban legend, can increase a user's cerebral activity to dangerous new levels.

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They used to say it was like being conscious for your own conception.

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The night before the fight scene was shot, actor Matt Baranyay had been out drinking and got into an actual fistfight and arrived on set with a black eye. The black eye was well hidden with extra make-up, but barely visible in some shots of the final film. See more »

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Christopher: If you don't leave this table, I will get up and make you leave. And I will lose my temper.
Evan Piper: You will lose all the teeth in your head. So think it over.
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References Get Shorty (1995) See more »

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Interesting Premise
30 August 2004 | by See all my reviews

After watching the film on DVD, I can't help but think how interesting the premise is and how I'd love to see this premise done on a much larger budget. I think some changes need to be made to the script, especially in ACT 1, but my attention was kept even though the film doesn't have the production touches that a bigger budget would allow for.

The acting isn't smooth in every scene, but the main character is good in spots. I also think the woman he loves did a very strong job.

I think the writer/director shows signs of talent, but I hope he sees this scripts shortcomings and gets rid of them in his next film by giving depth to every character and making sure the dialogue is tight.


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