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Los Feliz 3 | Limited Engagement
Beyond Fest 2023 Selection
Home / Paris Zarcilla’s RAGING GRACE Limited Engagement
A bold debut from director Paris Zarcilla, RAGING GRACE is a striking coming-of-age story expertly blended with true terror. Joy, an undocumented Filipina immigrant, tries to survive everyday life by taking on odd jobs while raising her daughter Grace. When an opportunity arises for her to take care of a wealthy but terminally ill old man in his decrepit mansion, it initially seems ideal, a situation where she and Grace can exist in peace. But the house holds many secrets and all of them threaten to take from the mother and daughter everything they care about. Full of tension, terror and absolutely righteous anger, RAGING GRACE is the kind of genre film whose arrival changes the landscape forever: do not miss the breakout hit of the year that has wowed audiences everywhere!
– Program notes by Evrim Ersoy
$10.00 (member) ; $15.00 (general admission)
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