Land 89 mins

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Thursday, 13 May
10:40AM 12:30PM 4:30PM 8:45PM 
Friday, 14 May
10:40AM 12:30PM 4:30PM 8:45PM 
Saturday, 15 May
12:30PM 4:30PM 8:45PM 
Sunday, 16 May
10:40AM 12:30PM 4:30PM 8:45PM 
Monday, 17 May
10:40AM 12:30PM 4:30PM 8:45PM 
Tuesday, 18 May
10:40AM 12:30PM 4:30PM 8:45PM 
Wednesday, 19 May
10:40AM 12:30PM 4:30PM 8:45PM 

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Thursday, 13 May
10:45AM 2:50PM 7:00PM 
Friday, 14 May
10:45AM 2:50PM 7:00PM 
Saturday, 15 May
10:45AM 2:50PM 7:00PM 
Sunday, 16 May
10:45AM 2:50PM 7:00PM 
Monday, 17 May
10:45AM 2:50PM 7:00PM 
Tuesday, 18 May
10:45AM 2:50PM 7:00PM 
Wednesday, 19 May
10:45AM 2:50PM 7:00PM 

What begins as a story of isolation becomes a journey of friendship and healing. From acclaimed actress Robin Wright comes her directorial debut Land, the poignant story of one woman’s search for meaning in the vast and harsh American wilderness.

When Edee’s life is tragically altered, she loses the ability to connect with the world and people she once knew. She retreats to a forest in the Rocky Mountains with a few supplies and leaves her old life behind indefinitely. The beauty of her new surroundings is undeniable yet quickly humbling as she struggles to adjust and prepare for the winter ahead. When Edee is caught on the brink of death, a local hunter and his family miraculously save her, but she alone must find a way to live again. 

Wright stands out in her performance as Edee, a woman lost in grief, while Demián Bichir's subdued and charming presence depicts an unexpected and reflective companion who questions Edee’s abrupt choices.

Land is a quiet yet masterful journey into the complex desire for solitude as a woman searches for meaning in the vast and harsh American wilderness.

"This quiet, surprisingly impactful drama is lovingly performed and directed by the talented Wright." Common Sense Media.

"A thoughtful cinematic journey of recovery..." Plugged In.

"Wright’s movie is ambitious...credible and eventually moving... it’s a distinctive, strong picture." New York Times.

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