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They used to say it was like being conscious for your own conception.
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. | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Christopher Baldi 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Christopher Baldi 

Produced by
Steven Boyum .... associate producer
Chester Darvey .... executive producer
Steven M. Kovacs .... executive producer
Ray Peterson .... executive producer
Rick Taikowski .... associate producer
Cinematography by
Richard Siegel 
Film Editing by
Rachel Diamond 
Andrew Sterling 
Costume Design by
Lizette Garcia 
Production Management
Shareen Anderson .... production manager (as Shareen der Parthogh)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brad Howell .... first assistant director
Andrew Segal .... second assistant director
Camera and Electrical Department
John Hager .... camera operator
Kurt Hyman .... assistant camera
Editorial Department
Eric W. Shamlin .... assistant editor
Other crew
Christina Abdou .... production assistant
Jay Cascio .... script supervisor

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USA:92 min

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While spying on Ashley in the library, the three books that Pipe pretends to read are: Of Mice and Men (Cliff Notes), For Whom the Bell Tolls, and Heavier Than Heaven (a Kurt Cobain biography). All three books feature main characters that are shot and killed at the end.See more »
Ozario Kurtz:I realized on my trip here that there is no possible way to authenticate the Grace the way you can authenticate other drugs... I don't even know what color it should be.See more »
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5 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
AMAZING GRACE!, 25 February 2004
Author: benhealeyjr from Springfield, Mass

This film is an amazing example of what you can do with a great story and a small budget! From the look of the film, I would say GRACE AND THE STORM was shot entirely on location in New York City, and the cast (although very competent and talented) is mostly made up of unknowns. But don't let that deter you from seeing this beautiful, incredibly suspenseful picture.

At first I thought this would be another low-budget SOPRANOS rip-off. I can go the rest of my life without seeing another second-rate Scorsese make his own low-budget version of the "last big score" film. But GRACE AND THE STORM is really nothing like that, in fact it's probably on par with some of the best SOPRANOS episodes. Think some of the stranger episodes from the 4th season, where Tony was having the weird dream sequences, and you're almost there. Once the Grace deal is in motion, you won't want to miss a single word. Trust me, there's a huge payoff coming. It was nice seeing Dean Cameron, he does a fantastic variation on the old stoner characters he played in the 80s. My score: 9/10!

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