- Robin Wright, Kim Dickens
- June 4th 2021
- Robin Wright
Robin Wright stars as a woman who isolates herself in the Wyoming wilderness following a tragedy in this drama.
After gaining experience behind the camera with Netflix series House of Cards, Robin Wright has finally transitioned to directing features.
Land, her directorial debut, follows a bereaved woman named Edee (Wright) who buys a remote mountainside cabin in the middle of the Wyoming wilderness after an unknown tragedy.
She ditches her phone and car, completely cutting herself off from civilisation and isolating herself from the world.
However, she has no experience of wilderness life so she struggles to survive, particularly in winter.
That is until local hunter Miguel (Demian Bichir) comes to her rescue, offers her friendship, and helps her cope with her grief.
Despite the film only being 89 minutes, it still feels quite slow, but that’s because we spend a lot of the movie just watching Edee trying to survive out in the woods on her own and so there’s no dialogue to sink our teeth into.
This portion of the film isn’t...