Spain 1982, the country is still wounded by the Franco era. Burnt out by his work in the underbelly of Madrid, a young police officer accepts a job in a small town, accompanied by his family. Once there, he becomes involved in an investigation into the mysterious death of his predecessor. His inquiry leads him to a group of suspicious German retirees. A beautifully-filmed, fast-paced thriller. NOTE: Screens In Person + Virtually: Streaming window is 48 hrs after hit "play" and expires Sun. March 26 at 11:59pm.
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Hardened by his work in the worst neighborhoods of Madrid, a young police officer accepts a post in a small village by the sea hoping to heal his sick daughter and gain some inner peace. Once there, he becomes involved in the investigation of the strange murder of the inspector he replaced. The inquiry leads him to a group of Nazi retirees who live in a heavenly retreat on the coast. Fast-paced and gripping, featuring a high-caliber cast, THE REPLACEMENT is a terrifically chilling, fast-paced thriller in the tradition of Hitchcock.
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