Three escaped convicts adrift on a raft in the South Seas are rapidly running out of water and tolerance for each other – but their biggest concern is over the fourth man on the raft, a native islander who is as oblivious of them as he is of thirst.
Other Reviews:A terrific parable on the stupidity of racism. — David Hassell
The hopelessness builds for three of the men on the raft while the fourth man seems unaffected. While this is definitely a morality play, it’s also well acted and suspenseful. — C. Grigsby
–As found on Plotspot.com.