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Home From Home: Chronicle of a Vision

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A beautifully shot and superbly acted epic following the life of the Simon family as they struggle to survive against brutal winters, hunger and despotism in 19th century Hünsruck, Germany.

  • DirectorEdgar Reitz
  • Runtime: 3 hr 50 min
  • StudioCorinth
  • QualityHD

Reviews about Home From Home: Chronicle of a Vision

Home From Home: Chronicle of a Vision
Herman the German
Great choice for art house movie fans and anyone interested ...

Great choice for art house movie fans and anyone interested in how life was in a 19th century village.

Home From Home: Chronicle of a Vision
Jason Adler
I loved thos movie

I loved this movie. I think this is the best "Heimat" yet. For me, this was paricularly special as my family is from the Hunsrück and emigrated to the US around the same time as this film depicts. It's hard to find much information about this German region and for me, it was an ancestral delicacy.

Home From Home: Chronicle of a Vision
Herman the German
Great choice for art house movie fans and anyone interested ...

Great choice for art house movie fans and anyone interested in how life was in a 19th century village.

Home From Home: Chronicle of a Vision
Jason Adler
I loved thos movie

I loved this movie. I think this is the best "Heimat" yet. For me, this was paricularly special as my family is from the Hunsrück and emigrated to the US around the same time as this film depicts. It's hard to find much information about this German region and for me, it was an ancestral delicacy.

Home From Home: Chronicle of a Vision
Herman the German
Great choice for art house movie fans and anyone interested ...

Great choice for art house movie fans and anyone interested in how life was in a 19th century village.

Home From Home: Chronicle of a Vision
Jason Adler
I loved thos movie

I loved this movie. I think this is the best "Heimat" yet. For me, this was paricularly special as my family is from the Hunsrück and emigrated to the US around the same time as this film depicts. It's hard to find much information about this German region and for me, it was an ancestral delicacy.

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