Photo reportage commissioned by Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad and Open Society Foundations on Villacañas where everything is different now from then 10 years ago when the village in the arid plain under Madrid was part of Spain’s middle class, enjoying high wages and permanent jobs. Within one generation, from the 80's to 2006, Villacañas grew to a small bustling industry town. During these construction boom years the majority of the doors used within the newly built developments in Spain were made in Villacañas. Approximately seven million doors a year employing a workforce of almost 5,700 people in the many factories. Until the housing bubble burst and no one needed a new door. Villacañas is typical for many former buoyant industrial Spanish towns, continuing to struggle with high levels of long-term unemployment. While Spain's economy is recovering it is failing to prevent a growing gap between rich and poor increasing the risk of social exclusion with these high levels of long-term unemployment.