“A city isn’t so unlike a person. They both have the marks to show they have many stories to tell. They see many faces. They tear things down and make new again.” – Rasmenia Massoud.
We don’t want you to see a city. We want you to
Life in Pictures‘, we’ll be giving you a raw look at a city in it’s entirety. The people, streets, stories, buildings, landscapes, – every aspect that makes a city breathe, move and live.
The journey begins in Barcelona. Follow the movement on our
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Extraordinary stories. Ordinary people.
Barcelona Faces is a series of mini-documentaries giving you a rare glimpse into people’s lives. Each one has something to share, and a unique story to tell.
The project begins in Barcelona, a city rich with subcultures and a wide variety of beliefs, ethnic backgrounds and lifestyles.
Agustin moved to Barcelona from Romania 12 years ago. After a series of jobs, like many, he was left unemployed following the economic crisis in 2012. Now, as a means to survive, he works 7 days a week, usually 8-10 hours a day, collecting scrap metal from bins and construction sites.
Watch the film below.