Wounded four times, and twice pronounced dead, Tim Page, the legendary photographer of the Vietnam War, was the original gonzo photojournalist. But while famed as the inspiration behind Dennis Hopper’s character in Apocalypse Now, and the man who brought the sixties counterculture to Saigon, he was also deeply haunted by the war, especially the loss of his friend and fellow photojournalist Sean Flynn, the son of the actor Errol Flynn, who went missing in Cambodia in 1970.

The Final Page contains the last interview that Tim Page gave before his death on 24 August 2022 at the age of 78. Speaking with American writer Jacques Menasche, Page, facing the end, shares an elegiac remembrance of bygone times, as well as the scars—both psychic and physical—which he carried. The book includes images from Vietnam by Page, portraits of the photographer by his friend and editor, Stephen Dupont, and a personal recollection by his colleague Martin Stuart-Fox. The result is a paean to an extraordinary man and an extraordinary life.

Photographs by Tim Page and Stephen Dupont
Edited by Stephen Dupont and Jacques Menasche

80 pages, 41 images

Hardback / Clothbound
16.5 x 22 cm


ISBN 978-3-96999-257-9

Not yet published

€ 34.00 incl. VAT
Free shipping

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