Anna Fredriksson remembers the happy summers of her childhood. But also sadness, disappointments and break-ups. All of this is reflected in her feel-real trilogy, Every Season’s, where the second part A simpler life was just published.
– It’s a story that, symbolically, depicts my experiences as a child, says Anna.
In A simpler life, Sally finally opens her own inn, Pomona. But it turns out to be more difficult than what she imagined. We also get to know the daughter , Josefine, who is 23 years old a little bit more. She lives on a self-sufficient farm on Österlen, together with her boyfriend. The grandmother, Vanja, also shows up wanting to be forgiven by Sally. But is there still time for a reconciliation?
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