Camino De Santiago Vol. 1 - The Way (Blu-ray) (2010)

Umbrella EntertainmentSKU: DAVID4625
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Release Date: May 2022

  • "The Unlikely Pilgrims" feature documentary
  • Commentary by actor Martin Sheen, actor/director Emilio Estevez & producer David Alexanian
  • Interviews with Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez & David Alexanian
  • Camino Americana: Taking "The Way" On The Road
  • Pilgrimage: behind-the-scenes
  • Behind-the-scenes footage
  • Father & Son: Uncovering The Characters
  • Theatrical trailer

  • Disc type: Blu-ray
    No. of discs: 1
    Running time: 121
    Audio format: 5.1 & 2.0 DTS-HD MA
    Format: 1080P
    Colour: COLOUR
    Languages: English
    Aspect ratio: 16:9
    Image ratio: 1.85:1
    Subtitles: English HOH
    Year of Production: 2010
    Release Date: 04 May 2022


    THE WAY (2010)
    When Tom, a stubbornly sage American doctor arrives in France, no experience in his illustrious life has prepared him for the untimely death of his adventurous son Daniel.
    Grasping at memories and missed opportunities, without a compass to set him straight, Tom faces unimaginable cross roads in his life. Coming to terms with his loss and compelled to understand Daniel’s spirited ideals, Tom embarks on the grand historical pilgrimage “The Way of St. James” in order to honor his son and fulfill his last wish to complete the journey.

    The Camino de Santiago is a centuries-old 800-kilometre pilgrim trail through northern Spain, attracting thousands of tourists annually. The pilgrims in Kirsten Mallyon and John Cherry's revelatory documentary are not, however, your usual hikers. Amy, Chris and Dave are recovering addicts. Ronan O'Connor, a drug and alcohol counsellor at a New South Wales rehab facility, has agreed to be their guide, but not their therapist. He's well aware that the trek will be a challenge for the trio, but is convinced that in order to move on, they need to take charge in the long haul through life and down the track.

    Director: Emilio Estevez

    Cast: Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez, Deborah Kara Unger

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