León Klimovsky made in a Spain a lot of low budget films of all genres and among them some thrillers, like this customary crime story about a girl who dies during a party of rich and stupid youths in a mediterranean holidays town (Peñíscola) in Spain.
It's not the worst of his movies and at the beginning promises a lot, with some moments visually interesting, but then as the footage runs become rather mediocre.
Acting is not convincing and besides, though the film is intriguing and you have to remain watching until the final to know what happen to that girl, the story and even the seaside scenarios offered much more than the results showed. Insufficient dialog and a script with not enough deepness spoil the development of the plot too. Nor the resolution is brilliant.
Social critic, a film of young rebels on the pattern of James Dean, crime and detectives story. All this ways are involved but the achievements are poor, despite a correct editing and some sparks like the party sequence or some musical numbers outside of the plot.
But probably the worst of the film are it's moral pretensions, with a so notable actor as Luis Prendes declaiming ethical speeches that sound a little ridiculous.
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