Looking for Grace

Synopsis: After a teenage girl named Grace goes missing, her parents along with the help of an investigator seek to find her, while also juggling their own secrets and stories between them.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Sue Brooks
  3 wins & 7 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.5
Rotten Tomatoes:
44%
Year:
2015
100 min
8 Views

Hey man.

How are you doing?

Doing good.

How are you?

Pretty good.

Anywhere you want.

Jamie.

Thank you.

My mother has big tits.

My mother has big tits.

False.

True.

Really?

Yes, really.

I like my ice cream

hard, not soft.

I like my ice

cream hard, not soft.

False.

True.

True.

I've never slept with a boy.

I've never slept with a boy.

True.

True.

True.

True.

I like having my toes sucked.

I like having my toes sucked.

False.

Maybe false, maybe true.

I'm busting.

Can you hand me my bag?

No.

No way.

Saph, don't be a wimp.

You getting off?

Yeah.

After you.

Now?

I'm out.

No, have one more go.

No, I don't understand.

It it's stupid.

Yeah, I don't get it either.

Just do it.

Now.

How'd you do that?

All right, your turn.

No, I said I didn't get it.

It's stupid.

Goodnight.

Goodnight.

You all right?

Yep, got it.

Goodnight.

Grace.

Yeah?

Nothing, just, sweet dreams.

Sweet dreams.

OK, goodnight.

Where do you put your towel?

In the shower.

Did you sleep?

Yeah.

Did you?

Yeah.

The bed was weird.

Yeah.

So when'd you go?

What?

When'd you go?

I don't know.

A long time ago.

Got eight stitches.

You all right?

Saph?

Please, Sapphie.

Saph, I can't just

leave you here.

Don't even know if

it'll stop here for you.

It'll stop.

You don't know that.

Don't worry.

It'll stop.

What about Death Dog?

I don't care.

Yes, you do.

I don't.

Saph, please.

I can't leave you here.

What do you Care

I care.

I just want to go home.

I know.

We will.

Just get back in the bus.

All right.

Time to go.

Um.

You going to be OK?

Yeah.

Promise?

Promise.

All right.

I'll call you, OK?

Check.

Saph, are you there?

What?

He's a kid.

Do you wanna come sit down?

You OK?

Yeah.

You miss your friend?

No.

Sweet dreams.

Where have you been?

Morning love.

Out the back.

This girl wants to know

if her boyfriend paid

for his part of the bill.

No, haven't seen him.

Where is he?

He's gone, apparently.

When?

Early this

morning, apparently.

Sorry.

No, didn't even see him.

I'm sorry.

It doesn't matter.

I just thought he might have.

I'll pay.

That's all I've got, sorry.

It's $3.60 short.

I know.

I'm sorry.

Go on.

Tell me something I don't know.

Go on.

Get out.

What?

Don't look at me.

I didn't check him in.

He's not there.

Right.

He'll be back around two.

That's fine.

Do you want me to call him?

No, no, it's all right.

Do you want to

leave a message?

I'll come back.

Are you OK?

Yeah.

Yeah, I'm fine.

I'll come back.

I could call.

What's your name?

Doesn't matter.

Just your first name will do.

It's all right.

I'll come back.

Are you sure?

Yeah.

Thank you.

Shit.

Grace.

Grace.

Where are you going?

Grace.

Grace.

Dan.

What?

Damn it.

Shit, shit, shit, shit.

Grace.

Hey, come on.

Angus.

A:

lazy waddle down the Monash

during peak hour was always

going to ruffle a few feathers.

But darting didn't

stop these little guys

from breaking free from mom

to embark on some line hoping

of their own.

Come on, mate, you

eat some of that?

I don't really like it.

Come on.

Good day.

Look at this.

Peter, what's the kid's name?

Philip.

How many legs has it got?

No, I'm serious.

Has it got pinchers?

Has it got wings?

Just trap it.

Get a jar, put the jar over

the top, get a piece of paper,

slide it behind, put the jar--

hun, stop screaming.

Stop screaming.

Stop screaming.

Yeah, OK.

I know you're scared.

The spider's probably scared.

Listen, just go and stay

in Phillip's room tonight.

Look, hun, I'm going to be

back in a couple of days.

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Sue Brooks

Sue Brooks (born 1 May 1953) is an Australian film director and producer. She has directed five films since 1984. She won the "Golden Alexander" (first prize) for Best Feature-Length Film at The International Thessaloniki Film Festival for her film Road to Nhill (1997). Her film Japanese Story was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. more…

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