Grace Is Gone (2007)

  • Grace Is Gone
    • Genre : Drama
    • Release Date : December 07, 2007
    • MPAA Rating : PG-13
    • Duration : -
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : The Weinstein Company
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  • Director James C. Strouse
  • Producer John Cusack, Grace Loh, Galt Niederhoffer, Celine Rattray, Daniela Taplin Lundberg
  • Screenwriter James C. Strouse
  • Starring
    • John Cusack as Stanley Philipps
    • Alessandro Nivola
    • Gracie Bednarczyk
    • Nathan Adloff
    • Andrea Frisby
    • Zach Gray
    • Mary Kay Place


There was a time when Stanley Phillips (John Cusack) could see his entire life clearly. He dreamed of patriotic service and was destined for a military career. He came close to that dream until it was cut short simply because of his poor eyesight. Now he's serving customers at a home supply store while his Sergeant wife is fighting in Iraq.

Equally as awkward at home as he is at work, he's raising Heidi, their twelve-year-old daughter and her 8-year-old sister Dawn. Although a loving father, Stanley is unable to conform to a more affectionate role and the girls miss their mother deeply.

While tolerating his job and stumbling through parenting he is abruptly awakened when tragedy strikes. Ill prepared to deal with it himself, he is at a complete loss contemplating how to tell his children. Desperate to delay telling the children they embark on a spontaneous road trip. Grasping to give them their last moments of innocence, Stanley reveals a softer side as they travel to Dawn's chosen destination Enchanted Gardens Theme Park.

The farther they drive the closer they become yet Stanley knows he must face the inevitable task of changing their lives forever.

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