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The Land

Four inner-city teens (Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Moises Arias, Rafi Gavron) get mixed up in a drug deal and cross a ruthless crime queen-pin (Linda Emond) after stealing a car that's stashed with drugs.
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Punch Drunk Critics
July 27, 2016 Unwilling to turn his characters into easily categorized stereotypes, Caple takes his characters in directions that make us rethink our preconceived notions.
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Eye for Film
August 07, 2016 Caple and his cinematographer Steven Holleran definitely get the look even if the story doesn't quite deliver, suggesting more and better to come in the future, especially if they get the opportunity to work from a more polished script.
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July 29, 2016 ... tries to dissect the cyclical nature of urban poverty, but the earnest intentions too often become formulaic and predictable.
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Los Angeles Times
July 28, 2016 Caple has a unique eye and a strong sense of place. Here's hoping that next time he applies them to a fresher story.
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Hollywood Reporter
January 29, 2016 An at-risk youth movie we've seen many times before in more authentic versions.
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June 27, 2016 There's enough on screen, beyond Lendeborg's confident star turn, to label Caple as a filmmaker to watch.
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Consequence of Sound
August 04, 2016 The Land is dedicated to exposing the human story behind inner-city crime, and the film deserves credit for exploring a diverse cross-section of humanity.
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New York Times
July 28, 2016 Contrivances spoil the sense of realism and place that Mr. Caple, who wrote the script, often so deftly evokes.
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July 29, 2016 Steven Caple Jr. is a filmmaker worth watching, here and in the future.
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Village Voice
July 27, 2016 Caple emphasizes the desperation that breeds street crime, and he never tries to puff his kids up into heroes. They're just kids who feel insulted by the few prospects that seem available to them.
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Cleveland Plain Dealer
August 03, 2016 I was blown away by this movie.
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Austin Chronicle
September 15, 2016 The Land isn't a perfect film, but it is a hell of a good start, and director Caple Jr. -- and his young cast -- are artists to keep an eye on, for sure.
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