By Eloise Horsfield
A SEX and the City-style sitcom set in Nerja is appealing for public votes in order for filming to go ahead.
Cuarentaneras (‘40-somethings’), based on a novel by Spanish author Regina Roman, recounts four women’s adventures as they juggle issues of professional life, romance and family.
But the 12-episode internet series, to be filmed mostly in Nerja, has now launched a campaign for public support and donations after falling into financial difficulty.
“I am sure the series will be fantastic, just like the book,” said supporter Mari Manzano, one of 110 fans who have already voted for the programme to be made.
Find 40ñeraslaserie on Facebook to support the project.
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