A Women’s Fiction full of glamour in a Catalan village
Ava Gardner is considered one of the great stars of 20th century Hollywood and Jordi Solé has won the renowned Prudenci Bertrana award with a novel in which she is the protagonist during a filming that took place in Tossa de Mar, a fishing village on the Costa Brava. A full-fledged Women’s Fiction with internationally recognized characters, and an endearing character that takes us by the hand through this story of different loves.
When in 1990 Pol Mas learns that Ava Gardner had died at the age of sixty-seven, he recalls that he met her during the filming of Pandora and the Flying Dutchman in Tossa de Mar at the family hotel Àncora. This unforgettable shooting meant for Pol his passage from childhood to youth marked by the lifelong love he developed for the actress.
L’any que vaig estimar l’Ava Gardner (The Year I Loved Ava Gardner) is a delightful, bright story, full of experiences and glamour, with unforgettable characters such as Ava Gardner, Mario Cabré or Frank Sinatra, in an incomparable setting such as the Costa Brava in the fifties.