New Film: Getting Grace

By: Dorothy Pacimeo-Comodore
Thursday, November 22, 2018

Recently the film “Getting Grace” was released for home video and Video on Demand. Co-written and directed by Daniel Roebuck.

The film enlightens the world around the everyday life of a funeral director when Grace, a terminally ill teenage girl visits his funeral home to find out what happens to her after death.

Getting Grace looks to revisit the issues around end of life, the importance of funerals and methods of memorialization.

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