Home is Here is sensitively approaching the question of what is “home”? What is “homeland”? The debut feature by the austrian director is not only convincing with its strong team of female filmmakers behind the camera (Gabriele Kranzelbinder – production, Astrid Heubrandtner-Verschurr – camera and oscar laureate Markéta Irglová – music) but also with its international cast like the swedish shooting star Anna Åström and the german actor Stipe Erceg as leading actors.
From July 14 you can see the film daily at METRO Kinokulturhaus.
Young Hannah is temporarily living with her mother and her little brother in the Olympic Village at Innsbruck. One day she breaks in at Max’s, who lives alone in a modern villa. Time and again Hannah secretly explores his seemingly austere house, until Max begins to notice subtle changes. He lets himself into a playful form of communication with Hannah that ultimately moves them both to see life is not about searching for a particular place or relationship, but instead that you can only find home in yourself: HOME IS HERE.