In a drifting small boat, two women and a man recalls their recent past. One of the women escaped from the prison; the other one was desperate; and the man had lost his lover. They have no further strength or desire to live and have reached the limit of their existences. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
The film was re-issued at the Chaplin Club, Rio de Janeiro, in October 17, 1931, for a special showing in homage to 'Charlie Chaplin', who appears briefly in the film in an insert taken from The Adventurer
(1917). See more
Referenced in What Are You Looking For?
String Quartet in G minor (1893), Opus 10
Composed by Claude Debussy See more