A senior anthropologist is trying to put together anthropology and art in a project, called Anthrology, that needs different steps to be concluded. One of them requires returning to the populations surveyed when the researcher was young. In the year 2018 he was able to access the sites he visited forty years ago: a former fishermen village called Telok Mengkuang (Malaysia) and three Costa Ricans villages inhabited by a native population that know is called Maleku. The first site doesn’t exist anymore, overwhelmed by industrialization, while the situation of the second is, at present, much better than many decades ago. The present testimony of the two visits is a sort of sentimental report, because good storytelling is all about emoziona connection.