I'm surprised this isn't better known today, but they certainly would have had no idea how to market it in the mid-70s.
Directed by well-known Mexican director Arturo Ripstein, and eventually distributed by Roger Corman's New World.
Foxtrot tells the story of an aristocratic Romanian count played by Peter O'Toole, who decides to avoid World War 2, as well as his past, by moving to a deserted island in the Pacific, and living in luxury as Europe descends into chaos.
Coming along on the journey are Charlotte Rampling, Jorge Luke, Max Von Sydow as his second wife, his Spanish manservant, and his old friend, who he has hired to build an estate on the island.
When the supply ship bringing workers and construction materials fails to return, the four descend into jealousy and paranoia. Slow moving, mysterious and haunting at time, this is definitely a forgotten gem.