Land of Plenty

Shot in 2003 on digital video in just 16 days, Wim Wenders meditates on the divided, anxious state of post-9/11 America via the relationship between two estranged family members. Lana is a returning ex-pat, a young idealist back in the States after 10 years to study; her long lost uncle is an ex-Green Beret, a one-man, anti-terror crusader with views diametrically opposed to her own. Nominated for Best Cinematography at the 2005 German Film Awards.

Year: 2004
Genre: Art House Cinema, Drama
Country: USA
Director: Wim Wenders
Starring: John Diehl, Wendell Pierce, Shaun Toub, Michelle Williams, Richard Edson
Duration: 118 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence and offensive language.
Location in store: Art House Cinema



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