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  • Life and death of an architect
  • In February 1968, José Ferragut, the most important architect in Mallorca, was found dead on a piece of waste ground; the case was filed due to lack of evidence. Ferragut fought against corruption and unrestrained development of the coast, which derived in him making several enemies; mainly politicians and real state developers. But Ferragut had another problem: he was gay – a misfortune in a cruel society that criminalized and persecuted homosexuals. Acordingly, Ferragut led a double life until his death, becoming in the process an introvert and a depressed man. Fifty years later, “Life and Death of an Architect” reopens one of the most obscure cases in Spanish history.

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Miguel Eek


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