"Without a doubt the best Canadian film since [Academy Award Winner] The Barbarian Invasions."
—The West Ender
Dominic McKinley (Paul McGillion), a courageous lay missionary working in war-ravaged Sierra Leone, is called home to Canada to arrange his mother's funeral and figure out how to deal with his brilliant yet schizophrenic older sister, Grace (Gina Chiarelli). But Grace has even higher callings—and an indomitable will—and in the days leading up to the funeral the truth of her convictions threaten to shatter her brother's beliefs, and both of their lives.
Driven by the courage of love and the agony of mental illness, SEE GRACE FLY (directed by Pete McCormack) slams heart first into faith, death, sex and family, offering a gripping look at the mysterious tightrope between belief and reality.