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Boston’s 34T Sales Expands Spanish Slate With ‘Black Stain’ (Exclusive)

Boston’s 34T Sales Expands Spanish Slate With ‘Black Stain’ (Exclusive)

Boston-based international sales company 34T has picked up Enrique García’s Spanish thriller “Black Stain.”

Set in an isolated Andalusian village in the early 1970s, the story revolves around a family mourning the death of the elderly matriarch and the deep tensions that are reignited with the return of her estranged son Eugenio, who left years earlier. As his three sisters grieve, the dark stain that has long haunted the family resurfaces.

Eugenio’s return reawakens ill feelings among the neighbors, whose livelihood has been devastated by a plague that has destroyed the village’s once fertile olive grove. The family is soon facing the threat of destitution and exile as long buried secrets are revealed.

García, whose previous films include the 2017 thriller “Resort Paraíso” and the 2014 drama “321 días en Michigan,” has described his latest work as “a tragedy with echoes of Lorca, of Shakespeare not to mention Hitchcock’s

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