LA NOCHE QUE NO ACABA (All Night Long)
Ava Gardner set foot in Spain for the first time when she made Pandora and the Flying Dutchman, directed by Albert Lewin. It was 1951, and she had never left the United States so far. It marked the beginning of a unique and absolute relationship between the star and the land of Spain, an intense affair made of encounters, stories, and legends. This is a reflection on the potency of the cinematic imagination.