This is a Spanish/Mexican production from 1974 that I found for a buck in the bin at Walgreen's. The sound quality is poor, and there are a lot of dropped frames, but it is quite watchable. There are no subtitles on the version I watched.
The story centers around a prostitute who marries an old industrialist who dies. The prostitute tries to get it on with her stepson, then switches her affections to a the new CEO of her dead husband's company. The CEO, however, is a closeted homosexual who falls in love with the industrialist son.
The most fascinating thing about this movie is that I had no idea that homosexual themes were even being explored in 1974 Spanish cinema. But I know almost nothing about Spanish cinema.
Note: John Moulder-Brown is listed on the credits at IMDb, but I did not seen him in the credits. He either isn't in the movie, or changed his name, or the frame with his credit got dropped.
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