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A remote outpost in deepest Patagonia. It is 1882, during the supposed "Conquest of the Desert," a genocidal campaign against the region's indigenous population. Increasing numbers of barbarous acts take place on all sides. Captain Gunnar Dinesen arrives from Denmark with his fifteen-year-old daughter to take up an engineer position in the Argentinean army. The only woman in the vicinity, Ingeborg stirs up excitement amongst the men. She falls in love with a young soldier, and they both run away one night. In the morning, Captain Dinesen understands what's happened and decides to venture into enemy territory to find the young couple. Land of Plenty is the story of a man's desperate quest to find his daughter, a solitary quest which takes into a timeless place where past and future have no meaning.


4L Producciones, Les films du Worso,  Perceval Pictures, Fortuna Films, Mantarraya, Massive, Kamoli Films, The Match Factory, Wanka, Canal Brasil, Bananeira Films

French distribution

The pact

Financial partners

ARTE / Cofinova 9

World Cinema Fund

International sales

NDM International Sales


Fabian Casas, Lisandro Alonso


Viggo Mortensen, Ghita Norby, Viilbjørk Malling Agger

French release

April 22, 2015

Festivals & awards

  • Cannes 2014 - Un Certain Regard - FIPRESCI Prize

  • Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) - Wavelengths

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