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Medb Films acquires rights to Tremain's Sacred Country

Kent-based independent film company Medb Films has acquired the film rights to Rose Tremain's best selling-novel Sacred Country. The option has been funded with development funding from regional film agency Screen South. The film is set in the English countryside, London and Nashville, Tennessee. It tells the story of an English girl who believes she was meant to be a boy and spends her life trying to change her sex.

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