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The Dead LandsAfter his tribe is slaughtered through an act of treachery, the teenage son of a slain Maori chieftain looks to avenge his father';;s murder and bring peace and honor to the souls of his loved ones.
Actors of "The Dead Lands"
Directors of "The Dead Lands"Toa Fraser
Creators of "The Dead Lands"Glenn Standring
Critic Reviews of "The Dead Lands"Time OutMay 26, 2015
A fun thriller that'll have you reaching for the travel brochures.New York Magazine/VultureApril 17, 2015
It feels like a typical action movie that's been sawed off and sanded down - its blunt edges sharpened, its soft center drained out. It's not particularly original, but it is mean, relentless, and bracing.RogerEbert.comApril 17, 2015
"The Dead Lands" doesn't add up to much, but it is always on the verge of becoming more than just a bed time story for guys that wish "Braveheart" had a biceps-kissing baby with "Ong Bak."Los Angeles TimesApril 16, 2015
A fable about New Zealand's indigenous Maori people before the arrival of European settlers, "The Dead Lands" values entertainment over archaeology.New York TimesApril 16, 2015
Honor and shame are frequently announced concerns in the story, and the staginess recalls Mr. Fraser's experience as a theater director.New Zealand HeraldMay 23, 2016
It's in te reo but The Dead Lands never feels like it's trying too hard to say anything important. All the same, it may well become a very important film.Epoch TimesMay 20, 2016
It certainly makes viewers reluctant to hassle anyone carrying a patu with authority, which is something the film can hang its hat on.Film Ireland MagazineMay 12, 2016
Situating death as the catalyst to action whereby legends, apparitions and spirits mobilize the command to vengeance, Fraser's narrative teems and trounces with relentless bloodshed, slaughter, violence and gore.Laramie Movie ScopeJanuary 05, 2016
Seldom have I seen a more foreign film than this one. This is a story set, not only in a language, Te Reo, totally separate from Indo-European languages, but in a very different time and culture, as well.Baret NewsDecember 24, 2015
A grisly, Maori revenge flick tailor-made for fans of high body-count fare.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsNovember 13, 2015
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