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Newton's Grace

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Newton's Grace is the true story of a real "Prodigal Son," the story of miraculous forgiveness and change that lies behind the powerful words of one of the world's most beloved hymns.... See more »

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Aminata
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Newton's Mother
Aaron Cameron ...
Sailor 1
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Samuel Watson (Adult)
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Priest & Doctor
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Bar Wench
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Tribesman
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Mr. Chapman
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Slave
Landon Wall ...
Samuel Watson
W. Scott Parker III ...
Captain Philip Carteret
Tom Hagan ...
Sailor
Celina Tolbert ...
Mary Catlett (Young)
Erik Nelson ...
John Newton
Folaranmi Afolayan ...
Peyai
Joey Desmond ...
Slave
Brad Corbin ...
First Mate (Harwitch)
Malcolm Evans ...
Tribesman
Trey Riley ...
Tribesman (as 'Trey G. Riley')
Sara E. Butner ...
Mary Newton at 35
Jason Desmond ...
Slave
Darell Bowden ...
Sailor
C.L. May ...
Drunken Sailor
Marianne Geyer ...
Mrs. Catlett
Joshua Fifield ...
John as Cabin Boy
Ryan Gero ...
Slave
Dave Ross ...
Tribesman
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Ship's Doctor
Mark Kilby ...
Captain Gother
Travis L. Franklin ...
Sailor
Bryan Canam ...
Sailor
John Downey ...
Smythe
Justin Desmond ...
Slave
Tyler Nugent ...
Sailor
Andre Price Jr. ...
Slave
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Billy Prowse
Scott Douglas ...
Sailor
Michael Hotson ...
George - Sailor on Warship
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Girl on Beach (as Tara Whitney Riso)
Don Hill ...
First Mate - Trading Ship
Tara Hall ...
Wench
Wyatt MacPhail ...
Sailor
Matthew Fifield ...
Young John #2
Paul Rainville ...
Slave
Anthony Eric Lambert ...
Man in Village
Les Hildebran ...
Harkness
Jay Callaham ...
Sailor
J.W. Burris ...
Angus Campbell
Keith Matheson ...
Sailor
Olajuwon Fera ...
Slave
Ian Hotson ...
Cabin Boy
Jeremy Degree ...
Guard
Desmond Howard ...
Mustapha
Rayn Chabon ...
Sailor
Carter Gentle ...
Bullied Cabin Boy
Rachel Saint ...
Alexandria Watson
Joshua Hall ...
Drunken Sailor
Josh MacLean ...
Sailor
John Meir ...
Mysterious Stranger
Jeff Hatley ...
Sailor
Barry Randle ...
Ship's Cook
Corey Shouse ...
Sailor
Scotty Emerson ...
Sailor
Darron Slagle ...
Tribesman
Lee Bridgers ...
Priest
Spyder MacDonald ...
Captain Phelps
Damian McCallum ...
Sailor
Tate Lewis ...
John Newton as child
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Mary Newton
Carl I. Johnson ...
Sailor

Directed by

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John Jackman

Written by

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John Jackman ... ()

Produced by

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William Carroll ... associate producer
Richard Clabaugh ... associate producer
William Curtis ... executive producer
Carrie Anne Hunt ... associate producer
John Jackman ... executive producer
Erik Nelson ... assistant producer

Music by

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Nicolas Repetto

Cinematography by

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Richard Clabaugh

Makeup Department

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Janice McKay ... makeup artist
William Stine ... makeup artist

Sound Department

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Layne Greene ... sound recordist
Al Gunn ... sound recordist

Other crew

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Allison Chabon ... production assistant
Ryan Chabon ... production assistant
Melanie Higgins ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

Newton's Grace is the true story of a real "Prodigal Son," the story of miraculous forgiveness and change that lies behind the powerful words of one of the world's most beloved hymns. Following a powerful conversion experience during a storm at sea, Newton would eventually become a pastor in the Church of England and write several of the church's most beloved hymns, including "Amazing Grace."

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  • Newton's Grace (United States)
Runtime
  • 84 min
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Budget $115,000 (estimated)

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