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Living With Gaudi(2020) __EXCLUSIVE__

"There's nothing more beautiful than finding the truth."When Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera, was built between 1906 and 1912, it was not the sensation it is today. In fact, it would be several generations before Antonio Gaudí's architectural masterpiece would be recognized as such by the locals. Carmen Burgos-Bosch, 87, has lived in the house for most of her life. After being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, she entrusts to her cousin and filmmaker Pablo the anecdotes and memories of living in Casa Milà.

Living with Gaudi(2020)

In 2019, she joined the cast of the Netflix original series Elite, playing Cayetana, a scholarship student and daughter of the school cleaner. The character, who is a social media influencer, explores how people aren't always who they appear to be online. Amorós says that Cayetana is "apparently happy but has a lot of levels and isn't at all what she seems".[9] The media compares Cayetana with Amorós herself, noting that the actress shares unflattering photos on Instagram and uses her popularity to promote causes.[9] That same year, she was cast as Delores in the 2020 Woody Allen film Rifkin's Festival, her first English-speaking role.[8] After having seen Allen's 2008 film Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Amorós was excited to know that he had been in her hometown in Barcelona.[2]

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Gaudí lived with his parents and his older sister and brother, Rosa and Francesc, in a modest house in the centre of Reus, although they frequently went to Riudoms, where the family had a property called Mas de la Calderera. After starting his primary school studies in a school directed by Francesc Berenguer, father of one of his future collaborators, in 1863 Antoni Gaudí enrolled in the Escuelas Pías de Reus, where he met two of his closest childhood friends, Josep Ribera Sans and Eduard Toda i Güell, with whom he collaborated on the publication of the satirical magazine El Arlequín and on the blueprint of a utopian project for the restoration of the Monastery of Poblet.

In 1868, Gaudí moved to Barcelona to finish his secondary school studies. The future architect moved into the busy neighbourbood of La Ribera with his brother Francesc, who at the time was studying Medicine.

Thanks to his relationship with Güell and his involvement in the most distinguished intellectual circles of Barcelona, during his life Gaudí was able to make interesting contacts and participate in architectonic projects that were more and more ambitious and which permitted him to leave his impoverished student years behind and lead a rather active social life.

Whether for his original ideas or his strong character, Gaudí was subject to continuous controversy. His supporters considered his genius to be beyond doubt, while his detractors criticized his extravagant taste and disproportionate ambition. The architect kept at the margin of these controversies, without straying from his ideas or making concessions to win fans. In fact, neither did he give into pressure from clients, who on occasions complained about the excess