Saving Grace

In a mysterious turn of events, a young woman is abruptly exiled from her village, forced to embark on a fateful journey aboard a boat. The circumstances surrounding her banishment remain shrouded in ambiguity, and tragedy befalls her as the boat succumbs to the depths, claiming her life.

Six decades later, Nanna, the grandchild of the ill-fated woman, is on the cusp of graduating from a diving school. Unexpectedly, an aged sailor in Iceland reaches out to her, delivering a letter that carries a confessional tone. Intrigued by the contents of the letter, Nanna becomes determined to uncover the truth surrounding her grandmother’s demise.

With unwavering resolve, Nanna persuades her friends to join her on a transformative journey to Iceland. Their mission: to search for the remnants of the shipwreck and unravel the enigma that has haunted their family for generations. As they delve deeper into the secrets held by the icy waters, they find themselves on a path of self-discovery, untangling the threads of the past and unearthing a truth that will forever alter their perception of their family’s history.

Saving Grace film poster

Film Credits


Gareth Carr, David Sullivan

Gareth Carr- A cinematographer and director with a large portfolio of TV commercials for some of Australia's biggest brands under his belt. Gareth turned his attention to feature films to follow his passion for narrative content.

Saving Grace is his first full feature and the shoot was a great success. With only a small crew and completely self-funded they were able to achieve a professional-looking movie that larger projects would be envious of.


Gareth Carr - Writer / Producer
David Sullivan - Writer / Producer

Key Cast

Kirsty McKenzie - "Sarah"
Gary Boulter - "Albert"
Carole Sharkey-Waters


Genré: Drama
Runtime: 1 hour 29 minutes
Country of Origin: Australia

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