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Discarded Things (2020)

Not Rated | | Drama | 2 August 2020 (USA)
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When the life of Grace Wyatt, an esteemed music professor, is disrupted by tragedy, she finds herself thrown out of her lavish academic world and into the harsh reality of teaching at-risk youth.
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Credited cast:
Madison Bailey ... Daniella
Karen Abercrombie ... Grace Wyatt
Cameron Arnett ... Solomon Grant
Vanessa Ore ... Pharmacist
Sharonne Lanier ... Kimberly Devlin
Ian Grey ... Sam
Ramon Nuñez ... Q
Silvia Dionicio ... Selina
Gary Ray Moore ... Langston
Flame Marcus Gray Flame Marcus Gray ... Michael Devlin
Jemarcus Kilgore ... Jalen
Alexandria Benford ... Tay
Alicia Cuthbertson ... Grace's Aunt
Tara DiPetrillo ... Young Urban Audience Member
Leon Pridgen Leon Pridgen ... Eric (as J. Leon Pridgen)
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When the life of Grace Wyatt, an esteemed music professor, is disrupted by tragedy, she finds herself thrown out of her lavish academic world and into the harsh reality of teaching at-risk youth.

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Drama

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Not Rated

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Karen Abercrombie also starred in the Kendrick brothers' popular faith-based film, "War Room". See more »

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Grace Wyatt: Stand up and fight for yourselves!
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Mixed feelings about this film
26 September 2020 | by lukecon-63436See all my reviews

I thought this film was just alright. I have to admit, it had some good characters. I felt for the characters' struggles and understood their issues; therefore, the writing was effective in portraying relatable characters. However, some of the performances weren't so great. The delivery of dialogue felt unconvincing at times, and didn't have the realism it could have had. Also, the emotional impact of certain situations were lessened by the fast-paced plot; it didn't take long before the main events were set into place. However, the cinematography did add to the realistic feel of the film by portraying certain scenes using shots to make it feel realistic to the audience. Overall, I have mixed feelings about this film, but this still is a pretty good movie.


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2 August 2020 (USA) See more »

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