- 1 hr 33 min
Saving Grace is a dramatic comedy based on a screen play by Mark Crowd and Craig Ferguson. Craig Ferguson also stars in the film. This movie is ninety-three minutes and has adult themes including drug use. Set in the English country side, a housewife named Grace is faced with a number of debts left by her late husband. Grace is in danger of losing her home and has decided to use her gift as a horticulturalist to make money. With the help of her friend Matthew, Grace goes into the marijuana growing business. She hopes that the sale of the product can deliver enough money to get out of debt and save her house. From here the drama turns to comedy as Grace tries to grow her crop under the noses of the towns folk and hide what she is doing. After she has an abundant crop, Grace enters into an agreement with a drug dealer to get top dollar for her stash. However, things turn bad when the dealer doesn't trust Grace and has her followed. Meanwhile in town a group of ladies come to Grace's when she is not home for their annual tea drinking get together. Knowing that Grace usually experiments with growing her own tea, they mistakenly brew a pot of marijuana instead of tea and get high after drinking it. Later at the house a fight starts causing a fire. Of course the fire sets all of the dried marijuana leaves to go up in smoke. When the police are called into investigate there is no evidence left of the crime but, all the towns folk are intoxicated from the marijuana fumes. Having kept the drug dealers out of jail, Grace enters into a relationship with the main dealer. Grace then writes a book based on the adventures of trying to grow marijuana to save her home and labels it a fictional novel. Sales from the book are enough to let her live comfortably whle the public speculates if it really happened or was just created from her imagination.