Sixth film by Manuel Summers, based on a novel by Wenceslao Fernández Flórez. A relevant comedy about the sexism rampant in Spain in the 1960s, where a young bourgeois who is about to marry an average-looking wife ponders what his life would be like if he sought a more attractive partner. The cast is headed by Alfredo Landa, who was starting to create the profile of the repressed and lustful Spaniard that would mark a notable part of Spanish cinema in the 70s.
Eduardo, a man about to marry his long-time girlfriend, has doubts about the step he is going to take. His future wife is not a woman of the cloth, and among the guests at the ceremony there are a few with whom he would spend the rest of his days. So, as the ceremony progresses, he fantasises about the kind of life he could lead with others.