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Child of Grace (2014)

9-year-old Katie has spent most of her life traveling the country in an RV with her father. One day she sees a portrait of herself on a missing child poster and realizes that the man she ... See full summary »

Director:

Ian McCrudden

Writers:

Willie Hagan (screenplay), Ian McCrudden (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Thomas Hildreth ... John Johnson
Maggie Elizabeth Jones ... Katie
Ted Levine ... Chief Edwards
Emma Myles ... Dana Edwards
O-Lan Jones ... Mae Edwards
James Parks ... Graham
Tonantzin Carmelo ... Kaya
John Cariani ... Ollie
Jeffrey von Meyer Jeffrey von Meyer ... Dan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Elaine Bard Elaine Bard ... Police Dispatcher
Ron Canada ... Doctor
Carly Gowan Carly Gowan ... Adult golden retriever
Jason Howe Jason Howe ... Veteran #1
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9-year-old Katie has spent most of her life traveling the country in an RV with her father. One day she sees a portrait of herself on a missing child poster and realizes that the man she thinks is her loving father may be her kidnapper. As Katie contends with this discovery, a small-town sheriff, her grandfather, simultaneously tries to figure out the truth of her disappearance when new evidence surfaces. Based on the novel June Bug by Chris Fabry. Written by Ian McCrudden

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Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

PG-13 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 September 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Child of the Lake See more »

Filming Locations:

Maine, USA See more »

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Pleasant Surprise
1 September 2016 | by acreativeforceSee all my reviews

I was expecting the typical Lifetime flick when I came across this film. Boy was I wrong and quite pleasantly surprised. I actually enjoyed this film more than some of the higher budget, A list star cast films I've seen within the last few months.

It's obvious to me that a great deal of care went into this movie. The screenplay was well done, it was not at all predicable, the movie was well cast, the acting was solid and believable, particularly from the three leading actors, Ted Levine, Maggie Elizabeth Jones, and Tom Hildreth. Even the soundtrack was well chosen, not cheesy or distracting, just an appropriate accompaniment to the drama. The messages of the film are profound, yet subtle and gives you plenty to contemplate long after the movie is over.

It's encouraging to be reminded that quality movies don't have to rely on enormous budgets and a big star line up to be successful.

Well done.


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