Private detective Germán Areta is investigating the life of a man who has apparently abandoned another man. When they both turn up dead, it seems one killed the other before committing suicide, but Areta is not convinced. After his assistant is murdered, Areta has to chose between his desire to continue the investigation and his fear of dying for nothing.
Did You Know?
The airliner taking off in the final scene (taking Germán and Carmen to Rome) is an Aviaco McDonnell Douglas DC-8-61 or -63, the registration number can't be seen clearly enough. It is taking off from Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD/LEMD) runway 36L. See more
When Germán and Carmen are in a restaurant (minute 54) they talk about the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Then, there is a camera change as a waiter comes and tells Germán he has a phone call, and Germán is heard answering Carmen but his lips are not moving, he's only looking at Carmen and smiling. See more
References Bad Day at Black Rock