There are always two sides for the same story. In the city of Amadora, outskirts of Lisbon, there’s the city hall, the neighbors of a clandestine hood and, in between, the announced end for a territory of 250 shags still to demolish. It’s always the same uncertainty, in each and every one of the unannounced demolishing mornings: at which of the doors will they be knocking today? Will my house be shred to the pieces? The place looks just like a unfinished warzone. There are opened to the gut houses, the inside exposed to everyone’s eyes, doors knocked down, and rubbish all over the place. The city hall has one mission and there is no stopping until it’s done: it has to terminate the clandestine neighborhood of Santa Filomena. From 1998 to September 2012, 180 families left the place. Not all got relocated.