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Land of Plenty

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2004
Running time:123 minutes
Cast:Michelle Williams, John Diehl, Shaun Toub, Wendell Pierce, Richard Edson
Director:Wim Wenders
Producer:Jake Abraham, Samson Mucke
Writer:Scott Derrickson, Michael Meredith, Wim Wenders
Distributor:IFC Films

Description: After years of living in Israel, a young woman returns to the United States to search for her only living relative, the brother of her deceased mother. Penniless, armed only with her winning optimism and the fearlessness born of youth, Lana ends up living in a mission in downtown Los Angeles. There she sets out to find her reclusive uncle, an obsessive loner fixated on weeding out people he thinks are dangerous to the state. When the two finally meet, their lives overlap and intersect, taking us in strange and surprising directions.

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