unfortunately, you are dead wrong with all your assumptions. I personally know Dennis and there was absolutely no crew with him and apart from a few weeks spent together with his friend (who helped with some of the filming), he did it all by himself, period.
So calm down, do a little research before giving a review next time (all your points can be validated as false if you read or watch an interview with him) and please don't write stuff, as if you knew for sure what is right or wrong.
Action / Adventure
Action / Adventure
Home2Home tells the story of Dennis Kailing who travels 43,600 km (27,000 miles) through 41 countries on 6 continents to circumnavigate the planet in 761 days. He does it on a bicycle - on his first bike journey ever. With the question "What makes you happy", but without experience in bike traveling, the 24-year-old from Germany jumps into the deep end and simply sets off - always heading east. He's traveling alone, but he's rarely lonely: many encounters with interesting, crazy or "completely normal" people give him insights that ordinary tourists rarely experience. While others like a well-structured all inclusive tour, this bike tour is a journey into uncertainty. But in the uncertainty hides the biggest adventure - Dennis gradually becomes aware of this. In addition to breathtaking landscapes and a good portion of humor, "Home2Home" also shows the unpleasant sides of a long bike trip: never-ending rain in the Andes of South America, illness between golden pagodas in Myanmar and loneliness in the endless expanses of the Australian Outback. After 43,600 kilometers in 41 countries on 6 continents and the circumnavigation of our planet, Dennis is coming back from the west to the place from which he set out to the east two years earlier. In the end, he came a little closer to his question 'What makes you happy' - mostly it's just a very simple, tiny, but completely natural thing.
June 15, 2022 at 11:03 AM
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To the reviewer before (larrynewman)
go for it if you love traveling
Such a refreshing one.
Do you love travelling, exploring new places? Then go for this movie. Well, is it a movie or a documentary? Doesn't matter. It has served its purpose I guess
For someone to travel through over 40 countries by his bike, wow, it s just incredibly amazing.
Seriously Not Reality
Ok Why not say that he has a crew to: watch his bike and stuff, to help him with the filming and overhead shots, to protect him, and with the cost of all this over his 2 year adventure.
Instead Netflix makes it like he's completely solo! Only One reviewer talks about his lack of any sun tan, lol yeah, that milky white skin wouldn't fair too well in some of his environs, never mind in the direct sun for hours every day.
It's so silly to show obvious footage of him from afar and drone shots but never once alluding to his assistance. It gives naive people the wrong impression. Some of those countries shouldn't be visited alone. This documentary should come with a disclaimer.
I am so glad to watch this, it has inspired me so much. The people he meet more more expression the kids. He's a brave man and I can't wait to see another document away from him. I love it