Dating for cops
It is revealed that the riverboats and marshes are being used to smuggle and transport heroin, and that Antonio had stolen a kilo and sold it, getting him in trouble with the locals.However, the locals involved in the drugs seek out the detectives, revealing their participation in drug smuggling in full but claiming they had nothing to do with the sisters' deaths.Though Juan justified his shooting story by saying it was his former partner's actions, the journalist reveals him to have actually been a brutal enforcer for Franco's secret police force, and to have once been known as 'The Crow'.In the morning, before they drive home, Juan asks a stoney-faced Pedro if they 'are good'.
On the final night of their stay however, Pedro receives photographs from a journalist who has helped on the case.
A dirty cop who gets sent to prison probably becomes a Pariah Prisoner, hated by regular inmates.
If it is just a facade and the cop secretly has a heart of gold, it's Noble Bigot with a Badge.
Pedro, openly critical of Spain's past during the Francoist State, has a problem with authority figures, while Juan seems not to care, though he has a troubled past of his own.
The detectives meet with the girls' (Carmen and Estrella) father, Antonio, a local riverboat skipper.Pedro does not answer, and the two ride off to an uncertain future.