Grace & Glorie (1998)
A former New York City executive (Diane Lane) moves to the country with her husband (Neal McDonough) and befriends an illiterate elderly farm woman (Gena Rowlands).Grace & Glorie featuring Gena Rowlands and Diane Lane is free on PlutoTV, free on Plex, streaming on Hallmark Movies Now, and 5 others. It's a drama movie with an average IMDb audience rating of 6.5 (374 votes).
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Currently you are able to watch Grace & Glorie streaming on Hallmark Channel (Via Cable/Satellite Provider), Hallmark Movies Now (Via Prime Video), Hallmark Movies Now, Plex, and PlutoTV. It is also possible to buy Grace & Glorie on Prime Video, VUDU, and Apple TV or rent it on Prime Video, VUDU, Apple TV, and Cineverse.
Why to Watch Grace & Glorie
Grace & Glorie offers a compelling narrative that explores the unlikely friendship between a city executive and an elderly farm woman, providing a unique perspective on the contrast between urban and rural life.
The movie features strong performances from Diane Lane and Gena Rowlands, who bring depth and authenticity to their characters, making the story more engaging and relatable.
As a drama, Grace & Glorie delves into emotional and thought-provoking themes, making it a good choice for viewers who enjoy movies that make them think and feel deeply.
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Available to watch free online (PlutoTV and Plex).
Available to stream on a subscription service (Hallmark Movies Now).
Available to stream on a TV everywhere service (Hallmark).
Available to rent or buy from $3.99 on 4 services (Apple TV, Prime Video, Vudu, and 1 other).
#264 Ranked in Movies on Hallmark
#809 Ranked in Movies on Hallmark Movies Now
#71039 Ranked in Drama Movies
Grace & Glorie has an average IMDb audience rating of 6.5 (374 votes). The movie is somewhat popular with Reelgood users lately.
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A former New York City executive (Diane Lane) moves to the country with her husband (Neal McDonough) and befriends an illiterate elderly farm woman (Gena Rowlands).