Alias Grace (2017)
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Part 6 

In 1859, Simon joins the Union Army; Grace gets some unexpected news in 1872.

Director:

Mary Harron

Writers:

Margaret Atwood (based on the novel by), Sarah Polley (teleplay by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sarah Gadon ... Grace Marks
Edward Holcroft ... Dr. Simon Jordan
Rebecca Liddiard ... Mary Whitney
Zachary Levi ... Jeremiah Pontelli
Kerr Logan ... James McDermott
David Cronenberg ... Reverend Verringer
Paul Gross ... Thomas Kinnear
Anna Paquin ... Nancy Montgomery
Albert Schultz ... Grace's Lawyer
Stephen Joffe ... Jamie Walsh
Mag Ruffman ... Diane
Ross Manson ... Governor
Diane D'Aquila Diane D'Aquila ... Mrs. Quenell
Michael Therriault ... Mr. McDonald
Sarah Manninen ... Mrs. Humphrey
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In 1859, Simon joins the Union Army; Grace gets some unexpected news in 1872.

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Trivia

Sarah Gadon revealed during the interview that she asked her father to hypnotize her in order to prepare for her mesmerism acting. He actually studied hypnosis and is a cognitive behavioral therapist. See more »

Goofs

After James and Grace strangle Nancy and they both begin to get up, around 19:51-19:58 minutes, the corpse blinks. See more »

Quotes

Jeremiah Pontelli: [after hypnotism session] I believe that these are two distinct personalities, which both coexist within the same body, and yet have different sets of memories altogether. They are, for all practical purposes, two entirely separate individuals. If you'll accept, that is, that we are what we remember.
Dr. Simon Jordan: Perhaps.
[clears throat]
Dr. Simon Jordan: But, we are also preponderantly what we forget.
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Crazy Credits

Pre-credits title card: "I felt a Cleaving in my mind - As if my brain had split - I tried to match it - Seam by Seam - But could not make it fit." - Emily Dickinson See more »

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Rock of Ages
Traditional
Performed by Sarah Gadon
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Terrible final episode
26 May 2021 | by hpcmakeupSee all my reviews

This episode feels like a horror movie that was written by a completely different writer and a bunch of weird scenes that are completely different from how all the characters have been acting the last 5 episodes. It all makes no sense! Absolutely terrible! And the hypnosis scene ruins the entire season.


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Release Date:

3 November 2017 (USA) See more »

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