The Spitfire Grill is an understated film about second chances and redemption. Percy is a 20-something girl who is released from prison. Looking for a fresh start she travels to a small country town with hopes of making a new life for herself. She is taken in by an old woman who runs the local eatery. Friendships are made against the adversity of small-town suspicions and as the movie unravels pasts secrets from various characters are revealed. It's a nice film with some solid and modest performances. Perhaps the story is rushed in parts with some valuable pacing ignored but the result is still a heartwarming and subtle movie that is sadly unknown to most people these days.