Land of Plenty Movie Review 2004

Information and Film Reviews for Land of Plenty the Movie

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Director Wenders takes on some post-9/11 angst in this well-meaning digital video feature. Lana (Williams), the daughter of missionaries, arrives in LA after living in the Middle East. She takes a job at a homeless shelter while she searches for her long-estranged Uncle Paul (Diehl). Paul is a troubled Vietnam vet who has become a self-appointed homeland security expert--traveling the streets in a van filled with surveillance equipment. The two finally meet, and bond, over their mutual sense of helplessness and confusion.

Distribution

Not Yet Released

Available on DVD
Running time 119 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Terrorism, Vietnam War, Veterans, Homeless, Middle East
Screenplay
Wim Wenders, Michael Meredith
Cast
Michelle Williams, John Diehl, Shaun Toub, Wendell Pierce, Richard Edson, Burt Young, Gloria Stuart, Bernard White
Cinematography
Franz Lustig
Director
Wim Wenders
Music
Thomas Hanreich
Other
Moritz Laube, Nicole Lobart, William Budge, Alexis Scott, Nathan Amondson
Producer
Gary Winick, In-Ah Lee, Samson Muecke, Jake Abraham, InDigEnt, Reverse Angle Intl.

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