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A retired police officer, despondent over the loss of his family, contemplates a dramatic decision which will change his life forever, until he meets a mysterious woman who, through her personal stories, gives him a reason to re-examine what is most important to him.

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Saved by Grace is a movie marked by brilliance. The plot takes us on the journey of a retired police officer who lost all hope for a happy life.

Throughout the first scenes of the movie he is seen considering the possibility of ending his life altogether. In the last minute an unknown woman shows up giving him a reason to live again. One of the most interesting characters of the entire film were the homeless. He is played by the actor Muse Watson, and despite the fact that he isn't given a specific name he is still a powerful presence in the movie. He gives Rick a valuable message to a man struggling with faith after the loss of his wife. This homeless man is old, unkempt, and unshaved and yet through Muse Watson's skilled acting he is turned into a character whose simple appearance speaks volumes. The better of the two actresses in this movie is Catalina Rodriguez because she is always focused, in character, and arguably the most complicated character of all. She acts out the part of the character named Grace, and while she appears to be happy-go-lucky and perfectly fine on the outside it turns out that she has tragedy in her past. This movie is so uplifting because it gives people hope no matter how tough life can be.

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