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They used to say it was like being conscious for your own conception.
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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. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 

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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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 »
Quotes:
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 True Romance (1993)See more »

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7 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
You'll be addicted by the end!, 5 April 2004
Author: vickievallencourt from United States

there are so many reasons i loved this movie, the first would definitely be a fascinating story that sucked me in from the first scene. this film is about one character's search for a drug called "grace", which is something of an urban legend. i don't know if "grace" is based on a true story or not, but i would sure love to find out, not that i have any experience in anything like that. ;) i also loved the performances of the actors and actresses, all of which gave dedicated performances, with lots of memorable lines. fianlly, i should mention the unforgettable soundtrack, a superb mix of modern rock and industrial-style dance tracks. every song used seems to fit the story perfectly. catch "grace and the storm" if you can- you'll be addicted by the end!

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