PG-13 | | Adventure, Comedy, Drama
A father heads overseas to recover the body of his estranged son who died while traveling the "El camino de Santiago," and decides to take the pilgrimage himself.
Filmed with a small crew of fifty people and a couple of cameras for filming. No trailers were used, and, as Estevez jokingly remarked, neither was a director's chair.
Hi. I'm Joost, from Amsterdam
Sarah: Dutch, eh? Got any drugs?
Joost: I love this woman!
Tom: It wears off quickly, I promise you
Joost: What are you looking for?
Sarah: Something to help me sleep. I've been having trouble, the last few weeks
Joost: I have some Ambien... or perhaps you'd ...
After Burgos, they stop at a house where Jack writes up his notes and Tom ties his bootlaces. This is in Tosantos at the Albergue Municipal. Before they reach Tosantos Jack is twirling his stick and throwing it up in the air like an Irish drum major. When they leave Tosantos they are all trying to twirl their sticks, unsuccessfully. But they are at the same spot as when Jack was twirling his stick earlier.
English, Spanish, French
$193,552 (Spain) (19 November 2010)
$4,430,650 (USA) (11 March 2012)
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