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The road to forgiveness is long and hard. This movie beautifully captures this journey.

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Metacritic

63
Jan 23, 2021

Conor Allyn’s No Man’s Land is filled with noble ideas about the value of listening to and learning from the “other side” in the immigration crisis, but as it becomes increasingly heavy-handed, we feel as if we’re sitting in on a lecture.

Metacritic review by Richard Roeper
Richard Roeper
Chicago Sun-Times
63
Jan 21, 2021

No Man’s Land is an interesting twist on the border drama, daring to depict Mexico as complex and nuanced country: welcoming, fascinating and menacing in equal parts. But the story still centers a white male experience and hero’s journey.

Metacritic review by Katie Walsh
Katie Walsh
Chicago Tribune
70
Jan 19, 2021

The movie probably runs on a little too long considering the lack of complexity in the script, but it achieves moments of pathos that speak eloquently to our present mood of discord, tempered with a tentative hope of reconciliation.

Metacritic review by Stephen Farber
Stephen Farber
The Hollywood Reporter