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Coma Girl: The State of Grace (2005)

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Grace Andersen never knew how to feel good, hated to feel bad, so she chose to feel nothing.

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Credited cast:
Mark Bowden ...
Coffee Shop Manager
Claudia Coulter ...
Tatiana Goldman
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The Rabbi
Paolo Fornasiero ...
Monk
Darren Gooding ...
Ernie
Dina Haeri ...
Grace Anderson (as Dina Jacobsen)
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Mrs. Anderson (as Marianna Renfred)
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Rob The Estate Agent
Jeannette Laouadi ...
French Philosopher
Callum O'Neill ...
The Gorgeous Man
Amanda Orton ...
Mandy Anderson
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Kathy Fields
Mo Sesay ...
The Sufi
Emily Stone ...
Kate
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Grace Andersen never knew how to feel good, hated to feel bad, so she chose to feel nothing.

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brilliant!
4 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have watched "Coma girl" several times with family and I continue to share it with friends around me because the film is truly enjoyable. "Coma girl" contains both quality content and script. Not only was the story top-notch, but it was saturated with non-traditional, innovative story-telling. "Coma girl" contained a refreshing blend of down-to-earth real life conflicts complemented by a fantasy-esquire delivery. For example, throughout the film, the Fury delivers insightful commentary, depicting the main character's inner critic, which even in its absurdity was completely true to life. The movie also accomplished a delightful balance between depth and comic relief. The drama lead's viewers through both a serious confrontation of life's downs while give glimpses of the humor that comes along with suffering. Overall, "Coma Girl" offered both a meaningful and upbeat take on the complicated journey of self- discovery. KUDOS!!!


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