No one can be engaged in a situation as fully as Anders Petersen. Black and white, course in structure, intimate images. "To me, it's encounters that matter, pictures are much less important." And these encounters are often rather sombre. The places he visits, the people he meets. In bed, out of bed. Marked by life. Something has happened or is about to happen. Memories that Petersen does not add his own commentary to. And this is just as well, because then the imagination can take over.