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Looking for Grace

HD   PG-13 Closed Captioning

Sue Brooks

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About the Movie

When rebellious 16-year-old Grace (rising star Odessa Young) takes off on her own, her exasperated parents (Radha Mitchell and Richard Roxburgh) enlist the help of a close-to-retirement detective, and begin the long drive from Perth to the West Australian Wheatbelt to try to find her. Looking for Grace is about how we make sense of the mess of our lives and what it all means. It is a wry drama about lies, secrets, small and large griefs and, of course, love.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews


  • Reviews Counted: 16
  • Fresh: 7
  • Rotten: 9
  • Average Rating: 6.1/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Rotten: Even as its tone circles back to aching naturalism, there's something tenuous about the pic's tender resolution -- not to mention a teasing sense that more interesting untold stories might lie on the untold fringes. – Guy Lodge, Variety, Feb 4, 2016

Rotten: Brooks generally is so bewitched by her characters' opacity that they remain frustratingly remote, even in the rare moments when they open up, diminishing the sorrow of the final-act tragedy. – David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter, Feb 4, 2016

Fresh: Brooks' screenplay is wryly funny about human behaviour, keenly observing the awkward ways anxious people rub up against each other. – Nick Dent, Time Out Sydney, Sep 26, 2017

Fresh: The characters depicted are flawed in all sorts of ways, but Brooks's evident sympathy for all of them shines through and the result is an offbeat road movie filled with surprises and revelations. – David Stratton, The Australian, Feb 4, 2016

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  • $9.99
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: 2015

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