FFCC members review Alberto Rodríguez’s ‘Marshland’

FFCC members review Alberto Rodríguez’s award-winning thriller from Spain, Marshland (La isla mínima). It has it’s U.S. theatrical premiere in South Florida today.


Hans Morgenstern, Miami New Times

“The film has all the right influences, but what it has in atmosphere and style, it lacks in logic.”

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Rene RodriguezMiami Herald

“The real climax and horror of Marshland comes not with the resolution of the case (which is anti-climactic) but with the film’s implication that sometimes, in order to move forward, we must force ourselves to look beyond crimes against humanity to avoid being mired in a never-ending cycle of retribution.”

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Ruben Rosario, Miami Art Zine

“Seeing Marshland is like diving into an elegantly crafted detective novel that keeps you turning those pages even if you’re well aware it’s hardly breaking any new ground. ”

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Skip Sheffield, Skip Sheffield’s Flix, Muzik, Showz, Travel & More Blog

Marshland is the best motion picture to come out of Spain in many years.”

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