The Spanish Deep South, 1980. A series of brutal murders of adolescent girls in a remote and forgotten town bring together two disparate characters - both detectives in the homicide division - to investigate the cases. With deep divisions in their ideology, detectives Juan and Pedro must put aside their differences if they are to successfully hunt down a killer who for years has terrorized a community in the shadow of a general disregard for women rooted in a misogynistic past. Marshland swept Spain's Goya Awards, winning 10 prizes including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay. As narratively taut as it is richly atmospheric, the film keeps viewers guessing throughout and delivers a brilliant procedural thriller with surprising nuance.