In this talkative story about the elite of Uruguay, a wealthy patriarch is troubled by his workers and especially by one son Ramón (Victor Laplace). Ramón and his wife do not get along well, nor does Ramón like his brother very much; he is also having an affair and has some sort of special relationship going on with his father's mistress -- no wonder Ramon's life is spinning out of control, like the film in some ways. Characters tend to be a bit shallow, making it difficult to become involved with the autocratic father and his family.
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