State of Grace

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Released 1990

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State of Grace

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Director:
Phil Joanou
Released:
1990
Rating:
R
State of Grace follows an undercover officer (Sean Penn) who returns to his Irish-mobster buddies (Ed Harris, Gary Oldman) and their sister in New York's Hell's Kitchen.

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  • 75

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    The movie is so sincere and confused in its values that it mirrors the goofy loyalties and violent pathology of its characters.

  • 75

    San Francisco Chronicle Mick LaSalle

    At times, State of Grace, which was written by the late playwright Dennis McIntyre and rewritten by David Rabe, is a little too writerly, a little too calculated to impress. Still ...

  • 75

    USA Today Mike Clark

    The ambitious State of Grace is full of imposing moments, several of them among the screen's most violent since the heyday of Sam Peckinpah. [14 Sep 1990, p.4D]

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Drama, Suspense

Themes

Mobsters, Thrillers, Crime, 90s