"These few weeks in Vietnam have given me far more than I expected, says Anders. You forced me to look into abysses that I didn't really want to see. And like an echo from the past, I recalled something which long ago I wanted to uphold as an essential prniciple: that I'd rather be free in a land of little than a serf in a land of plenty. Ernest smiles to himself. Then he laughs. I still would have liked to have done General Giap's portrait, he says finally. I'm sure he has a wonderful face."
- from a text by Cristoph Braendle
Text by Cristoph Braendle
Size: 24 x 30 cm, 112 pages
Publisher: Fotohof Editions, 2005