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This upright and thoughtful film boasts a level of quality and noble purpose that Hollywood has all but abandoned.
Might feel like a Hollywood movie but it's clearly not. Dutcher, who also wrote the screenplay, does his share of sermonizing and clobbers the audience over the head with a spiritual ending.
An uncompromising, disconsolate pic about crises of faith.
Dutcher believes that forgiveness is one of the highest manifestations of divine love. That kind of message goes a long way toward pardoning many a cinematic sin.
'Mormonz N the Hood' would have been a fitting title.
... the movie's compassionate message gives it a measure of grace ... but good intentions don't always make for a good movie.
A landmark film.."Crash" for Mormons.
Director-writer-editor Richard Dutcher breaks all the rules of the Mormon Cinema genre he singlehandedly launched five years ago.
An epic of spiritual drama in which every character is well-drawn and well-played.
By far, the best of it's kind; and still rivaling the quality of any film in any genre.
To say that States of Grace takes some unexpected turns is to understate. But it also provides a lot of food for thought.
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