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Saving Grace B. Jones (2009)

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In a 1950s-era Missouri town the life of a couple is thrown into chaos when the husband's sister is released from the local asylum and comes to live with the family.

Director:

Connie Stevens

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Biehn ... Landy Bretthorst
Tatum O'Neal ... Grace Bretthorst
Penelope Ann Miller ... Bea Bretthorst
Joel Gretsch ... Dan Jones
Tricia Leigh Fisher ... Ella Jean Jones
Scott Wilson ... Reverend Potter
Piper Laurie ... Marta Shrank
Audrey Wasilewski ... Opal Lynn Carter
Jeff Nowinski ... Phil Carter (as Gregory James)
Rylee Fansler ... Carrie Staley
Evie Thompson ... Lucy Bretthorst (as Evie Louise Thompson)
Nora Hennessy Nora Hennessy ... Mollie Jane Carter
Liberty Smith Liberty Smith ... Little Opal Carter
Melinda Chilton ... Jane Belford
Logan Alexander Moore Logan Alexander Moore ... Sean Ryan (as Logan Moore)
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Storyline

In a 1950s-era Missouri town the life of a couple is thrown into chaos when the husband's sister is released from the local asylum and comes to live with the family.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

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Sometimes a broken woman cannot be fixed.

Genres:

Drama | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violent content and brief sexuality
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 March 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Ocalic Grace B. Jones See more »

Filming Locations:

Boonville, Missouri, USA See more »

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Budget:

$3,500,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Shane Productions See more »
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Connie Stevens is the first woman to begin directing in her 70s. for this feature she has enlisted actors and actresses that started in last six decades. Piper Laurie from the 50s, Scott Wilson from the 60s, Tatum O'Neal from the 70s, Michael Biehn, Tricia Leigh Fisher, and Penelope Ann Miller from the 80s, Joel Gretsch and Audrey Wasilewski from the 90s, and of course the children from the 2000s. See more »

Crazy Credits

In the on-screen Soundtrack credits, the name of Lee Morris, one of the writers of the song "You Belong To Me," is misspelled as Lee Moris. See more »

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Going Home To You (Pigmix)
Written and Performed by Johnny Boyd
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Terrible waste of time.
4 August 2013 | by tigerandcamilleSee all my reviews

We gave this movie a chance because we felt sorry for Tatum O'Neill trying to make a comeback. But we were let down. Her speaking parts were few and far between and the plot was non-existent. The whole story is she is the crazy sister that just got out of mental hospital. Children in this movie were beyond annoying and pointless to the film. The trailer made it seem like a thriller but it could not have been less.

We regret the $6 dollars we paid to watch this on pay-per-view. This movie reminds me of Oprah Winfrey's Beloved, an unintentional comedy because it is so ridiculous with over the top acting and a stupid story.


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