Set in a “no man’s land” space alongside the U.S.-Mexican border in Texas, the movie follows Jackson Greer (Jake Allyn) and his household of ranchers. Jackson is one step away from going and taking part in skilled baseball with the Yankees in New York, a profession transfer that offers his household nice delight. Jackson, however, is just not so enthusiastic about this angle and would quite stay a rancher, sadly for his mom (Andie MacDowell), father (Frank Grillo) and brother (Alex MacNicoll). The household is struggling, however mistakenly assumes that Mexicans crossing by their nation are drug sellers. Every little thing modifications when Jackson shoots and kills a younger Mexican boy who was passing by his father Gustav (Jorge A. Jimenez) and a bunch of migrants. On the run, Jackson crosses the border into Mexico to cover.
What’s most irritating about No Man’s Land is how clearly one-sided the story is. Whereas Gustavo offers with the demise of his son, Jackson is allowed to roam Mexico with only a few incidents. Positive, he hides some guilt, however principally they deal with him properly sufficient, he discovered a job and met people who find themselves prepared to assist him regardless of his horrible Spanish (years of dwelling close to the border ought to train him just a few phrases on the very least). The narrative itself shapes the story of redemption, during which Jackson continues to actually see the opposite facet realizing that he has been wrongly taught about Mexicans (although it’s too late).