Two couples of young millionaires are comemorating the birthday of one of them. Jealousy, desire and ambition will end in tragedy and a dead man - the waiter.
This is a great film!! Released in 1974 in Mexico, it st...展开ars Mexico's then finest actors in a cynical, modern drama. I'm a bilingual Spanish-American and therefore will review this film other bilinguals like me who are interested in viewing the movie. Director Francisco De Villar cast sexy men and women, put them together in a big home, and jealousies, passions and intensity breaks out. The film is a social comment on the boredom of the bourgeoisie, the upper classes and its corrupt nature. The Cry of the Turtle is a poetic title referring to the loss of innocence. The characters in this film have definitely lost their innocence. Villar was one of the few good directors who made films that were not just audience pleasers. His films made you think.