The Screen: ‘Savage Sisters’ Views the Right to Fight
By NORA SAYRE, The New York Times August 29, 1974.
“… Entangled in a plot of staggering complexity, three women “subversives”—including an American dropout from the Social Register—wage the revolution on a nameless leafy island.
The inhabitants of this mango republic appear to be the result of an awesome genetic break-through: some seem Oriental, some Latin-American, and others suggest Arabs.
Reeling in pursuit of a million dollars that no one wants to share is John Ashley, the co-producer as well as a member of the movie cast. His voice rises frequently to a squawk, and that desperate note sounds like an anticipation of the rushes.”