Homebound Through the World - The Lifetime Journey of Frederic Morton
Year: 2009
Run-Time: 1 x 58 min.

Directed by Andrea Eckert

A co-production of ORF and Fischer Film in association with Vienna Film Fund and Land Oberoesterreich
Available worldwide

Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (SUB TITLE)
Format: 16:9 , 16:9 , 16:9

Homebound Through the World - The Lifetime Journey of Frederic Morton

Durch die Welt nach Hause - Die Lebensreise des Frederic Morton

Morton, who in February 1940 - back then still under the name Fritz Mandelbaum - emigrated to the United States, like so many other émigrés carries these two strangers inside him. And down to the present day he has not forgotten where his long journey began. Andrea Eckert accompanied Morton, a Viennese by birth, to Vienna's 17th district. Morton, of course, proves to be a great storyteller, for example, when he recalls his childhood memories of his grandfather. This is a film about homecoming and thus Morton's success as a writer remains in the background. The main concern is the private person, who, in Morton's own words, lives in two exiles: an exile with regards to geography and an exile with regards to time.
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