SANTA MONICA, CA — (04-24-20) — Pedro Alonso, Nacho Fresneda and Carmina Barrios star in The Silence of the Marsh Official Trailer from director Marc Vigil and Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX).

The nearly two hour thriller was written by Carlos de Pando while the screenplay was written by Sara Antuña and Carlos de Pando.

Netflix Originals Presents “The Silence of the Marsh” (2020)

“City of Valencia, Valencia (east to Spain). “Q” is a former journalist reconverted in a writer of crime novel books. Man of success respected by his fans, in real life Q is a cold-blooded psychopath and lonely man with any feeling or empathy by any other, with a bad relation with his younger brother Nacho and living with a compulsion to kill that eventually he translates to his novels, writing about it as fiction. After the excellent critics of the latest work about the murder of a taxi driver, Q’s wish to write a new story with a more important victim make him to chose Ferrán Carretero, teacher of Applied Economics in the University of Valencia and former politician of long carrier, recently involved in a scandal of corruption. Kidnapping him a night and moving him to Q’s old family house in the middle of City of Valencia’s swamp outside the city, Q notes all that Carretero says during his captivity of some days, killing him finally. Carretero’s missing calls the attention of La Puri…”

Netflix picked up the rights to “The Silence of the Marsh” film which is based on the novel by Juanjo Braulio, in 2019.

Now they have released the official trailer for the dark thriller to entice you to click over to Netflix where the film is now streaming.


The Silence of the Marsh:
Netflix Official Website

Directed by:
Marc Vigil

Screenplay by:
Sara Antuña
Carlos de Pando

Based on the Novel by:
Juanjo Braulio

Cinematography by:
Isaac Vila

Film Editing by:
Josu Martínez

Casting By:
Ana Sainz-Trápaga
Patricia Álvarez de Miranda

Executive Producer:
Miriam Rodríguez

Iñaki Juaristi

Production Companies
Radio Televisión Española (RTVE)
Televisió de Catalunya (TV3)
Zeta Cinema

Netflix (2020) (Argentina) (video) (VOD)
Netflix (2020) (Singapore) (video) (VOD)
Netflix (2020) (USA) (TV) (subtitled)
eOne Films Spain (2020) (Spain) (all media)



Run time:
1 Hour 32 Minutes

Release date: April 8, 2020

Copyright © 2020 Netflix

Article by: Michael The Sizzler, Staff Writer

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