Video: The First Trailer for "The Land," Cleveland-Based Film That Debuted at Sundance

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The film "The Land" made its debut at Sundance earlier this year, and now it's official trailer for IFC Films has been released.

Directed by Cleveland native Steven Caple Jr. and produced by rapper Nas, the film was acquired by IFC shortly after its premiere. The plot centers around four friends who love skateboarding and their run-in with a drug king pin during summer break.



The film is scheduled to be released July 29.




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