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When Stanley Phillips (John Cusack) learns that his wife (Dana Lynne Gilhooley) has been killed while serving her country in the Iraq war, he takes his daughters on a road trip while he searches for the words to tell them Grace is Gone.
Why Is Grace Is Gone Rated PG-13?
Grace Is Gone is rated PG-13 for thematic material, brief strong language and teen smoking.
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A group of military wives briefly discuss the activities (without excessive details) they engaged in with their husbands preceding the men’s deployment. A handful of profanities along with two sexual expletives and some discussion of war are included in the dialogue. Two adult characters and two teens smoke or try cigarettes. In one case, a father buys cigarettes for his preteen daughter to smoke with him in a teaching situation. Some sibling bickering, a brief tussle and the non-use of seatbelts are also shown.
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In another role, John Cusack plays a widower that takes on a foster child who believes he is an alien in Martian Child. Another family, this time a father and two boys, deal with the untimely death of their mother in Millions.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: Pendin
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DVD Release Date: 27 May 2008
Grace Is Gone releases to DVD with the following bonus features: A Conversation On Grace, Inspiration for Grace Is Gone and Profile of TAPS: Tragedy Assistance Program. The theatrical trailer is also included. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital Stereo).