The year is 2006. Nicaragua is the new land of opportunity. Newspapers and magazines hail it as “The New Cancun” and “The Next Florida.” Three naive Americans recklessly seize this golden opportunity and set up shop. They construct tourist resorts offering a “discounted” tropical paradise. What they don’t know is that their cheap manual labor is about to run out. The natives become restless when they soon see what is truly happening; modern-day imperialism. Meanwhile, former revolutionary leader Daniel Ortega and the Sandinistas sweep back to power causing even more political unrest. Dreams of free-spending vacationers and pool-side margaritas give way to death threats and armed assaults. LAND is an updated tale of the Wild West where the cowboys have been replaced by developers and the “Indians” are now the fed up native Nicaraguans. Grab your guns.