In the 50’s, especially 60’s and 70’s the Malaga Costa del Sol experienced a tourist boom without precedent. Foreign exchange and currency came as fresh air in the country: the phenomenon of tourism exceeded the purely economic to encompass other aspects-social, cultural, artistic, ideological, at that time insufficiently explored. Spanish films dedicated to the Costa del Sol at the time we use to reconstruct the landscape of a golden age and were made on the basis of topics: sun, beach, sangria, flamenco and paella. Topics were undoubtedly very real, but they did not portray at all cosmopolitanism, tolerance, fun and zest for life that summed up the true spirit of the coast. And the star on the sky was and always will be a town: Torremolinos. A fishing village converted from one day to another to a synonymum of celebration, freedom […]
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