Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Expatriate Argentine Rodolfo Kuhn directed this chilling drama about two fascistic thugs who torture victims sent to them by an anonymous, unseen "Señor Galindez." One of the two is a family man, settled in with his wife and daughter to a typical homey lifestyle, and the other man lives alone and is decidedly vicious by inclination. The two men are sent to the building where they torture -- in order to wait for someone they have to train (played by Antonio Banderas). The banality of evil is nowhere more apparent than in this story of inhuman behavior and empty minds.