Another Lisbon Story is a 2017 film by Claudio Carbone.
Synopsis: A selfproduced neighborhood in Lisbon, the residents are an active part of the decisions of the place where they live and a research team follows the process of inclusion in society. The absence of a decent housing policy, in response to the needs of the lower income population, resulted in unofficial housing. Residents are unemployed or are having extremely poor working conditions. What they earn is not enough to rent a house and to support basic expenses such as food, water, electricity, gas and transport. In this context of social injustice which also transforms in a spatial injustice we currently have about 42 families, a couple of hundred people, women, children, men, elderly, people with disabilities and some with serious health problems. They live in a neighborhood without minimum hygienic conditions, with precarious homes, without sewers, not always with the available water and with an open dump which attracts rats, snakes and pests.