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Marshland

Synopsis

The Spanish deep South, 1980. During the annual festivities, in a forgotten town on the Guadalquivir Marshes, two teenage girls disappear. Juan and Pedro, two homicide detectives from Madrid with deep divisions in their ideology, are sent to assist the local police with the investigation. They must put aside their differences to untangle a web of intrigue, fed by secrets and lies which the locals refuse to give up. With their careers at stake and before more victims are claimed, time is running out to solve the case and face whoever has terrorized the community for years.

WINNER OF 10 GOYA AWARDS incl. best film, best actor and best director.

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Starring

Raúl Arévalo; Javier Gutiérrez; Antonio de la Torre

Directed by

Alberto Rodríguez

Written by

Rafael Cobos | Alberto Rodríguez

Country Of Origin

Spain

Language

Spanish

The Hollywood Reporter

“Superbly crafted, richly textured thriller”

FilmInk

“Fans of True Detective will relish in this tense stylish thriller with its social critique, tight focus on character and mesmerising landscapes."

Eye For Film

“Impeccable” ****

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