Pancho Villa sends seven men on a journey to get some gold that he says is his. Not much really happens at first just sort of rambles along. Spot of internal conflict among the men who are not really likeable in any way. Some love interest or should I say passion is also thrown into the plot. After the first half the pace does pick up a little, but not much. We find out one of the seven men is a gringo who is not really working for Pancho Villa, and is the most interesting character in the film. We enter romance mode between the gringo and the woman who has the gold, before the final shoot out. Music score is very old fashioned in style compared to some of the scores around this period.
The film as a whole is average at best.[font=times new roman][size=2] [/size][/font]