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Based on book about the 2006 school shooting at Nichel Mines, Pennsylvania, this made-for-TV movie explores the amazing forgiveness extended by the Amish people toward the family of the man who murdered their daughters.
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Violence: No violent actions, screaming or shootings are depicted in this movie. Instead the brutality is implied by seeing a shopping list of weapons, a man placing guns in a duffle bag, and later verbal references to children being shot. The horrified facial expression of a mother is shown after she looks at the body of her dead daughter (the corpse is not seen). Bodies covered by blankets are carried to ambulances. A husband and wife warmly discuss their varying feelings, which their young child overhears.
Sexual Content: None.
Language: A mild profanity is uttered.
Drug and Alcohol Use: Medical equipment is shown connected to a child in a hospital setting.
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Amish Grace releases on DVD on September 14, 2010.