“Be the change you want to see in the world” – true to the motto of his great model Mahatma Gandhi, now 33-year-old Gregor Sieböck declined a job at the World Bank to walk around the world . He has traveled over 15,000 kilometers since then: on the Way of St. James, across Patagonia, on the old Inca-road through South America, through the USA, Japan and New Zealand. In the three years of his hike, he has gone further than many of us in their whole life – and this in a double sense, because ‘one has to let go to get ahead’. A portrait of the wanderer between the worlds Gregor Sieböck.
Idea, director, camera and editing: Martin Hasenöhrl
Sound: Heinrich Hasenöhrl
AT 2010, 61 min, HDV