Attendee account relayed
In conversation with Carlos Casares Pelaez, an employee of show presenters Gay (Mercader) & Company, he had this to say when asked to recount any memories of the event... "People expected to hear King Crimson and it ended up in chaos". This is further substantiated by an article written by Peter Leay for Enovations newsletter in 1975, which reports that someone was motivated enough to throw a tomato at the duo! Carlos also recalls that "several strange films" were projected during the performance. When asked to describe them further he said "I remember the horse in a house burning", which would be a reference to Malcolm LeGrice's Berlin Horse short film. He goes on to state that he remembers another one that depicted "a constant reflection of the Sun on the water". This additional film projected is of unknown origin. It may or may not be another film created by LeGrice, but certainly would have been thematically appropriate for the music presented.