Jorge arrives with girlfriend Eva to catch up with his elder brother Silvestre, who's yet to come to terms with fiancée Rossana's death in a motor accident. Erratic and with violent mood swings, Silvestre is addicted to drugs and alcohol, and hallucinates Rossana's sympathetic presence by his side at all times. A childhood friend of the siblings also drops by the seaside resort along with his fiancée. After an altercation with Silvestre one night, the two couples decide to go sailing, and Jorge and Eva get off at an uninhabited island to spend some time on their own. But an unexpected sea swell will spell peril for the couples, both in terms of their lives and relationships. While their drama is unfolding at sea, back at the resort, Silvestre has overdosed...
Apparently inspired by true events, the film tries to tell an unconventional love story while examining relationships. But the screenplay needs more work, and the performances by some of the actors are pedestrian, which inevitably invite comparisons with run-of-the-mill Mexican melodramas - I found no discernible 'swell' of emotions in any of the characters the film follows. Having said that, some parts of the film were well done, particularly those relating to the Rossana character. It is nevertheless a decent debut for Mr. Quintanilla, and hopefully his films would only get better.
Aura Cristina Geithner, Adriana Da Silva, and María José Magán
The film features some brief scenes of nudity from Aura Cristina Geithner who plays Eva, and Adriana Da Silva who plays Silvestre's one-night fling that goes wrong.
- Jorge admires his Eva frolicking in the beach and invites her indoors. Just when they're about to get going, Eva gets a call - from her former boyfriend, and Jorge insists that she answer the call while he goes about his business. Eva is played by TV actress Aura Cristina Geithner.
- Sandra (Her name is an educated guess as she's the only non-main character included among the film credits) arrives at the club appearing very available - she'd been arranged by a friend to cheer-up Silvestre. But Silvestre couldn't rid thoughts of Rossana from his tormented mind - he imagines her watching him in bed with Sandra, and loses it completely. Sandra is played by Maria Da Silva, and Rossana (non-nude) is played by pretty little Maréa José Magán.
- Jorge with Eva...