Fedra West by Joaquin Romero Marchent
Melodramatic SW with an anaemic lust in the dust finale.
The 82 min VHS version I watched was taken from a totally bad 35 mm print full of jumps und cuts and other damages, so that even some important pieces were missing. Bruckner gives the original lenght with 90 min, but acording to massive rhytmic problems and characters appearing and going without explanation, the film gives the impression to be cut down from an 3 hour version or so.
Joaquin was probably the more talented director of the Marchent brothers, but somehow in none of his films he seemed to be able to focus on an interesting perspective. They all have some interesting moments or several good directed scenes, but none of them works as a whole.
Rafael made without doubt the better genre contributions.