Robin Wright's New Film is a Study in Human Resilience

Robin Wright makes her feature film directorial debut with Land, a movie she describes as being about hope and human kindness.


Released by Focus Features, Land follows a woman who's endured an emotional tragedy and decides to isolate herself in a remote area in Wyoming. We're talking off the grid - way off.

More of her character's inner struggles are revealed as she is rescued from a frosty fate by a local hunter who also has some baggage packed. The road back from despair is examined as the man and his sister, a doctor, give Wright's character human connection again.

"It's about human resilience and that you generally need the help of another human being to get you through these difficult times."

Our Rachel Smith recently chatted with Robin about the film and also about the importance of more female voices in filmmaking.

Congratulations and much success with the film to our #SeeHerSpotlight, Robin Wright.


LAND - Official Trailer [HD] - In Theaters February 12 www.youtube.com



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