Saving Grace B. Jones (2012)

Saving Grace B. Jones
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating R
Runtime 2hr
Genres Drama, Period
Keywords 1950s, disaster, family, mental illness, siblings, sisters
Status Released
US Release Date
  
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Melinda Chilton Actor Jane Belford 1 1000017
Logan Alexander Moore Actor Sean Ryan 1 1000016
Rylee Fansler Actor Carrie Strafford 1 1000006
Evie Louise Thompson Actor Lucy Brethorst 1 1000007
Piper Laurie Actor Marta Shrank 1 1000005
Joel Gretsch Actor Dan Jones 1 1000004
Michael Biehn Actor Landy Brethorst 1 1000002
Tatum O'Neal Actor Grace Jones 1 1000003
Scott Wilson Actor Reverand Potter 1 1000008
Tricia Leigh Fisher Actor Ella Jean Jones 1 1000009
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Lonnie McFadden Actor Reverand Dupree 1 1000015
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Synopsis
During one of the most disastrous floods in history, the lives of a couple living in the heartland of America become chaotic when the man's sister comes to live with them after being released from a local mental institution.
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