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Eilidh Beaton almost 3 years ago
I am partial to hiking/journey films, but found this one a bit cheesy and basic.
Joanne Singer over 5 years ago
Makes me want to walk the camino. But I'll won't be staying at a hostel,
Katherine Shaw over 5 years ago
A good film about grief and loss of an adult child, want to go on the Camino now.
Adam Meehan over 5 years ago
Could have been much more affecting. Irritating characters. Enjoyable journey despite.
Michael Cole over 6 years ago
As always, Martin Sheen delivers a terrific performance
Grant davies almost 7 years ago
not bad.
Ferşat Özçelik almost 7 years ago
a great film about ways and travel. they're only walking(to them lifes).
Jeff Triplett over 7 years ago
I'm not a Martin Sheen fan but this movie was so inspiring and painful at times.
Josh Steadman over 7 years ago
Enjoyable, despite uneven performances. A bit hokey but I'm a sucker for outdoorsy films.
Vickie Ehlers Cyr almost 8 years ago
Surprisingly good movie!
David McKinstry almost 8 years ago
Just overall a really good movie. Highly recommend it be watched at least once
Craig Baker almost 8 years ago
I never tire of martin sheen. To be watched with a good red.
Jennifer Rolfe almost 8 years ago
A truly poignant film that brought me to tears.
griffmiester almost 8 years ago
Really moving film. I've seen it twice, and it brought me to tears both times.
Catherine 9 months ago
Michael Pope over 2 years ago
Daniel Lozano 5 years ago
The Way is a 2010 American drama film. It is a collaboration between Martin Sheen and his real life son Emilio Estevez, to honour the Camino de Santiago and promote pilgrimage. Not wanting to appeal to one demographic, Emilio Estevez called the film "pro people, pro life — not anti — anything." Thomas Avery is an American doctor who goes to France following the death of his adult son, killed in the Pyrenees during a storm while walking the Camino de Santiago, a Christian pilgrimage route to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain, also known as the Way of St. James. Tom's purpose is initially to retrieve his son's body. However, in a combination of grief and homage to his son, Tom decides to walk the same ancient spiritual trail where his son died in order to understand his son better. While walking The Camino, Tom meets others from around the world, all broken and looking for greater meaning in their lives. He reluctantly falls in with three other pilgrims in...
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