Video Review ‘Land’: Robin Wright Attempts Juggling Directing and Starring in the Film That’s Lacking Intrigue

Robin Wright stars and directs her first feature length movie in Land. The film tells a story of a grief-stricken woman who ventures out to the wilderness to escape her everyday life. Does Wright juggle the directing and lead acting and deliver a compelling story and character worth investing into?

I took a deep dive into the film. Break down the following aspects of the film and let you know if you should invest any time into seeing it:

  • Plot
  • Acting
  • Directing and Cinematography
  • Observations and Takeaways
  • Robin Wright’s Character
  • Should You See it or Not
  • Spoilers

Land lacks much entertainment value and interest, mainly due to the lead characters lack of relatability. Check out the scores below:

GENRE: Drama


RUNTIME: 1 hr 29 min

RELEASE DATE: February 5, 2021 in Theaters

  • Acting: 7/10
  • Entertainment: 3/10
  • Story/Plot: 4/10
  • Impression: 4/10
  • Creativity3.5/10

“LAND” Score: 43%

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