A war without end - the third generation victims of Agent Orange

Thirty-six years after the end of the Vietnam war, some three million Vietnamese are still suffering from its consequences. Everywhere, in small villages in the Mekong delta, in the mountains of the north, in the central highlands, in cities like Hanoi, Saigon and Hue, countless old people, children and babies are condemned to a twilight existence in hospitals and care homes. It's like a hereditary curse blighting one generation after the other. Its carriers can be recognized by their deformations. These are the forgotten victims of one of the biggest war crimes of the last century: the victims of Agent Orange.