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All the Night Long


"All the Night Long": There was a time when Spain fell in love with Ava Gardner. The thing was mutual: she went to the country for the first time in 1950 to shoot Pandora with James Mason, and returned a few years later knowing Madrid would provide some relief to her sadness; and there, she gave rise to a legend starred by bulls, bull-fighters, several lovers and lots of alcohol. Based on Marcos Ordóñez's book Beberse la vida: Ava Gardner en España and sustained by a huge archive and revealing testimonies, All the Night Long tracks down the brunette femme fatale through Spain and reconstructs a puzzle that's made of fragments from both the myth and the real and vulnerable woman; and makes that young woman who got there in the height of Franco's government dialog with the older actress –maybe a whole different person by then– who would make one of her last films in that same country 35 years later. The film finds all those women that flow together into a single one, the one who eventually got tired of the Hollywood life and found rest and freedom in the oppressed but vital Spain of mid 20th century.

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Google previewA Biblical and Theological Dictionary (1842)

by Richard Watson

The houses of Egypt, in modern times, are never without lights : they burn lamps all the night long, and in every occupied apartment. So requisite to the comfort of a family is this custom reckoned, or so imperious is the power which it exercises, ...

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