Land of Mine

Land of Mine ★★★★

Zandvliet takes us to the beauties of Denmark with its golden sand and sun soaked beaches and then reveals man's inherent traits of violence. He makes sure we absorb the contrast between peace and serenity which then it blows to the treacherous winds. Every breath awaits an explosion with dreaded regrets, every day awaits a death with an open welcome.

Land of Mine is harrowing, brutal and leaves no stone unturned to gut punch the air out of you. It plays around moral boundaries, injecting sympathies in least expected places and values the price of love in a war torn landscape jeweled with mines.

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