The Way

I think “The Way” is an excellent story that really exemplifies why the Camino de Santiago is such a beneficial experience. If you were like me, I’m sure you made a note of all the memorable places along the Camino. But that aside, I thought the story brought up some very good themes.

One theme that was was quite significant is mortality and life. Right at the beginning, we learn that Tom’s (Martin Sheen) son Daniel (Emilio Estevez) was killed. Having received the most devastating news, Tom set out to complete the Camino that his son had started. As Tom walked he would scatter a portion of Daniel’s ashes at fence posts, statues, cliff sides and markers all along the path. What is remarkable is that as Tom walked, he slowly forgot the death of his son. And through the death of his son, he saw and began to understand the life that his son was trying to live. A life that was almost the polar opposite of Tom’s.


This is very interesting because people often describe feeling changed after having walked the Camino de Santiago. Many say that they started the hike because someone recommended it, not thinking that it would be anything significant. But after having completed it, they say its the best thing that’s ever happened to them. The Camino de Santiago has a way of opening your eyes to the simplicity and the pleasures of life. Maybe its the routine day to day activity that brings us to finally search deep within ourselves and find out who we really are.

Another theme that I found quite true of walking the Camino is friendship. Like Tom, you may not immediately be keen on meeting others but over time you realize that it is a long walk and that talking to others and making friends definitely adds to the experience. Some days you may ask yourself why you’re even on this hike. Some days can seem all but the same and other days can be much more difficult than the last. What gets you through to the end is meeting all the wonderful people along the way. You never know who you’ll meet or what kind of person they are and that mystery and knowledge that people are open to meeting you too makes even more exciting.

While meeting people is definitely something to appreciate, there will definitely also be long stretches of quiet. Someone on the Camino told me “You really need long stretches of solitude, before you can start listening to yourself and talking to God.” This has always been with me, and I feel that I can relate to Tom as a fellow pilgrim. After having completed the Camino, just like Tom, I feel that there’s more to life than all the busyness happening in normal life. I hike the Camino often to remind myself of this and to get away from all the buzz that detracts me from that. Everyone hikes the Camino with a purpose. And I am always sure everyone, even if they don’t search for it, find a meaning suited to them after hiking the Camino.

Thousands of people are encouraged to walk the Camino de Santiago after watching this wonderful masterpiece. Join them and own The Way DVD to remind yourself of a beautiful story with the gorgeous backdrop of the Camino de Santiago.

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40 Responses

  1. Jacob Lancaster 03. Oct, 2011 at 1:06 am #

    Good review of the movie. I definitely really want to watch this now. Glad you didn’t reveal too much of it. As a movie buff, I should point out that Martin Sheen is the father of Emilio Estevez. Martin Sheen is very Catholic actually. I saw him at morning mass once in Toronto.

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  2. AkiraK 03. Oct, 2011 at 2:10 pm #

    Not many movie theatres are showing this movie, when is it out? And good review by the way. I really want to watch it more now!

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    • Paul 06. Nov, 2011 at 11:28 am #

      Out on Itunes and for sale on DVD on Amazon. I loved it.

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  3. Marielle82 03. Oct, 2011 at 9:04 pm #

    I completely agree when you say that “you need long stretches of solitude” to finally start being able to talk to yourself and solve many internal problems.

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  4. CaminoDeSantiagoGuide 03. Oct, 2011 at 11:19 pm #

    Thanks for the support guys. Honestly, it was showing at my local theatre that features more hard to come by movies. I looked online and I get a lot of mixed dates about its release. I’ll let you know if I find out more.

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  5. Diane P 20. Oct, 2011 at 9:47 am #

    I just wanted to say that anyone who has a lost a child will NEVER forget! I felt I needed to say this based on the review of the movie above in which the reviewer stated, “What is remarkable is that as Tom walked, he slowly forgot the death of his son.” I lost my son at the age of 26 to leukemia and I will never forget the death of my son nor will I forget the life of my son. I think the movie was a glimpse into the pain and anguish experienced by parents who lose a child (no matter what age). Walking El Camino was a spiritual journey for the main character as well as the beginning of a lifelong journey through the pain of grief and loss. When one loses a child your entire world is shaken to its core, everything about your life is painted with a new brush. Our lives are forever changed. Walking “the way” is really a metaphor for the new path on which one must embark. Hopefully, we will learn a few lessons along the way and find hope and meaning in a new life that does not include our most precious children. I was inspired by the movie…I could see my son doing such a pilgrimage…he was the light and love of my life. Losing a child, certainly makes you realize what is important in life and reminds us that we have no control over how much time we will spend here on this planet. I wish I didn’t have to lose my child to learn these lessons…it is so very painful and the longing for their return never stops. Sincerely, D

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  6. CaminoDeSantiagoGuide 20. Oct, 2011 at 10:17 am #

    You’re absolutely right Diane. I agree that walking the Camino is a metaphor for barking on a new path. What I think I meant to say was that Tom’s pain slowly went away as he walked. He started to embrace the life that his son tried to live. He’ll never forget his son for the Camino essentially brought him closer to his son than he could have imagined. Thanks for you comment Diane.

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  7. Penny 26. Oct, 2011 at 7:28 pm #

    I loved this movie so much. It was one of those movies where you leave the theatre with a “stunned” sort of feeling. I highly recommend it to everyone.

    I spoke with Emilio Estevez yesterday online. Yes, it really happened. He said to spread the word about the movie, as it is not doing as well as hoped, at the box office. He said that he thinks it is due to the movie having no explosions or robots. Funny, but probably true.

    I never really had a bucket list, but now the Camino is something I want to experience at some point in my life, when I have the means to make the trek.

    Run, don’ walk to see The Way. Seriously, it’s that good. Buen Camino!

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  8. Elaine 04. Nov, 2011 at 5:20 pm #

    I rented the movie yesterday from iTunes. I wish I’d seen it at the cinema. I’ve watched it twice in two days and I laughed and cried through it both times. It’s sad but incredibly inspiring. I’d recommend it to anyone. I love Martin sheen and was a massive fan of The West Wing.

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  9. Yvonne 05. Nov, 2011 at 4:23 pm #

    I saw “The Way” yesterday, loved it, and immediately hit the web to find out more about the Camino de Santiago. I’m 73, have arthritis and a couple of other health issues, but I’m thinking of doing the Walk as a result of seeing this movie! Maybe I’m crazy, but I’m pretty seriously pursing the idea.

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    • Gillian 14. Dec, 2011 at 12:21 am #

      Hello Yvonne, do you know if there is an age limmit for this walk, I am 72 and want to do it,

      Gilly

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      • CaminoDeSantiagoGuide 15. Dec, 2011 at 2:06 pm #

        there is absolutely no age limit on this hike. As long as you are fit enough that walking does not affect your knees or feet or that you don’t have any serious conditions. When are you planning on going?

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    • Bette 08. Jul, 2012 at 6:04 pm #

      Yvonne,
      Have you walked the Camino yet? I will be 74 when I finally do it. Unfortunatley we can only do the 100km from Sarria, but I am so excited and so glad to hear that I am not the only old broad to give it a try.
      I do have some health issues, but my Rheumatologist is working with me so that I will feel normal for the walk. She has done the Camino and is very glad that I am planning to go.
      I am taking my daughter, my best friend and her daughter are going as well along with a couple of other friends who are excited about it. I only hope I can walk alone with my daughter, we need the special time.

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  10. CaminoDeSantiagoGuide 05. Nov, 2011 at 11:31 pm #

    I’m glad lots of you guys are watching The Way.

    @Penny, Emilio and you are correct, The Way never made it to the big screen as a big release so that’s why its up to you guys to spread the word about this movie. Try to get as many people to see it and convince them to do the hike.

    @Elaine, I was a fan of West Wing and thought Martin Sheen was great as President Bartlet.

    @Yvonne, its very common for people with health considerations to walk the Camino. You should check with your doctor first. My guess is that your doctor would advise against it and you should seriously consider it. The Camino can be difficult to hike, but I have seen people with physical problems walk it and overcome their problem. It is known to become easier on the hiker as they continue walking. The reason being that the mental block in your brain is overcome by success everyday of walking. I hope you’re able to make it but definitely consult your doctor before and its understandable if you cannot. I’m glad to see your enthusiasm. Always keep it up!

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  11. SallyB 14. Nov, 2011 at 4:52 pm #

    I saw “The Way” yesterday at a theater in Cleveland. My mom and i went together. I am a lapsed Catholic turned Unitarian Universalist but now, having seen this movie, I aspire to walk the Camino someday despite arthritic knees and a bad back, the result of a long ago car accident. I think that it would be so eye opening to walk this path and experience all it has to offer. If you have not yet seen this movie, don’t miss it. It’s a worthwhile film that is uplifting and satisfying in so many ways. Excellent film, highly recommended.

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  12. Davepiratelegs 20. Nov, 2011 at 7:50 pm #

    I watched the film earlier this year in april, and loved it.. I saw it 5 times before I thought, ” im gonna do it”… And I did.
    I started on 17 august and finished 21 september….. It was all because of the film, that I did the camino..

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  13. Bzl 01. Jan, 2012 at 3:03 pm #

    Yvonne, Gillian – any other older potential hikers – we must walk the path. It’s the start of the new year and I’m training now for 2013. I’m excited about my purpose and my goal and hope to stay revved up until 4/13, with smooth ankles and knees and an open mind. Good luck! Happy New Year!

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  14. Ro 13. Jan, 2012 at 4:26 am #

    Just saw this movie last night. Absolutely one of the best films I have seen… all the characters were amazing. It deserves an Oscar!

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  15. Ning 13. Jan, 2012 at 9:04 pm #

    Managed to watch The Way on plane yesterday but should watch on big screen to fully appreciate the magnificent and breath taking scenary. Though I am a Buddhist I sure hope one day I could make the walk making a long hike is always inspiring as one will more time to appreciate the surroundings and face oneself

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  16. Colette 06. Feb, 2012 at 12:58 pm #

    I purchased the DVD for my Dad for Christmas because he and my mom made several trips to Spain after we kids were grown, and he got me interested in the Camino de Santiago. However, I wasn’t able to get the DVD through Amazon in the U.S. — only Amazon in the U.K. The DVD won’t play in our regular DVD player. My dad’s IBM computer could open it, but played it without the sound. I was able to get my Dell laptop computer to play it properly using the Dell Media Direct software and seemed to figure out on its own what to do about the DVD being from a different “region” than the U.S. Did anyone else have this problem? Or does anyone know where to get the DVD of the film that’s designed for watching in the U.S. ?

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    • CaminoDeSantiagoGuide 23. Feb, 2012 at 6:34 pm #

      Hey Colette. Sorry about the late reply. You can get a copy of the U.S. version of the DVD at the link below. The DVD country codes are special and you can only play certain dvds in certain region. Enjoy watching it!
      http://caminodesantiagoguide.org/thewaymovie

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    • Bette 08. Jul, 2012 at 5:58 pm #

      Colette,
      I watched the movie on Pay per View with my daughter and immediatly ordered it from Amazon. I have since watched it three more times and have had no problems.
      I’m sorry you have had problems. Maybe you should contact Amazon’s customer service and try to send the defective one back and get a good one.
      If anyone comes to visit me for overnight, they have to watch the movie, and everyone loves it.

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  17. Remy 21. Feb, 2012 at 5:48 pm #

    The film is GREAT and can NOW be rented at ANY Redbox in the US. According to the International Geneome of which I am registered my family orginated in Vall D’aran which is in the Pyranees. In 2010 I drove all through the Pyranees which is absolutely BEAUTIFUL! After seeing this film I will now make this pilgrimage!

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    • CaminoDeSantiagoGuide 23. Feb, 2012 at 5:55 pm #

      That’s great. The Pyranees are totally beautiful I agree. You should make the pilgrimage. I hope this site will be helpful for you when you prepare. Please feel free to ask me any questions as you prepare.

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  18. Mary Moo 22. Feb, 2012 at 1:48 am #

    I have just watched “The Way” twice… and found it an extremely inspiring film. I have suffered from depression all my life but have always tried to be positive and set myself goals.

    I am a great believer in that things happen for a reason and this film jumped out at me just at a time when I felt lost and without purpose…. now I have my new goal… to walk the Camino de Santiago hopefully in September 2012, I have no-one to go with and will probably struggle but I have no time restraints and hope to make friends along the way… wish me luck!

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    • CaminoDeSantiagoGuide 23. Feb, 2012 at 5:57 pm #

      Best of luck Mary! I’m glad to see you’re doing well against depression. The Camino is the best way to tell yourself what you are made of. You’ll definitely meet people along the way and make some great friends :)

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  19. Missy MG 24. Feb, 2012 at 8:03 pm #

    This was a wonderful movie. It touched me spiritually in ways I had never expected. As my youngest child will be turning eighteen this year, and I am faced with the prospect of an “empty nest”, I am searching for some new sense of meaning, of existing. This has been made difficult in recent years by the sudden death of my mother and a rare disease that almost killed me, left me hospitalized for weeks and took with it the bottom lobe of my left lung. To say I have been lethargic and depressed would sometimes be an understatement. As I write this, I am facing the prospect of double knee-replacement surgery in the coming months…after which my legs–and soul– will need a new purpose! At 43, I am ready to give myself to the next great adventure. This movie helped me to decide what adventure that will be.My goal is to make the trek from Burlington, VT to France, and to embark on what i know will be a life-changing pilgrimage!!

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    • CaminoDeSantiagoGuide 25. Feb, 2012 at 11:17 am #

      hey, I wish the best for you during this difficult time. I hope you walk the Camino. Please ask me any questions if you have any!

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  20. Shannon K. 25. Feb, 2012 at 12:21 am #

    “The Way” is available now in Redbox. I picked it up this afternoon, not knowing anything about this pilgramage. It caught.my attention because Emilio Estevez wrote it and his father was the main character. I am always interested in these kinds of family collaborations. Man, was I in for a great one. This movie is incredible. It touched me deep into my soul, and has guaranteed that I too, will walk Camino De Santiago. If the trek is anything close to the movie (which I know it will surpass the feeling that came from watching somoen else do it) than it will be worth it. Although, it may be a great deal of time before I am able to make it. I have a 17 month old daughter, so it will be a while. But, I made a promise to myself and in frobt of my family, that god willing, I will make this trip someday. Im in need of an uplifting, life changing experience. I only wish I could do it now.

    But, I will be doing a great deal of research from now until I make it there. Speaking of, does anyone have an estimate.of how.much money(in U.S.dollars) would be sufficient on the journey.? I imagine it varies depending on each persons experience, but maybe a minimum amount you would reccomend ? Thanks, and i’ll be spreading the.word about this epic movie. Its a shame that people can’t always see the true value of a really great movie like this.

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    • CaminoDeSantiagoGuide 25. Feb, 2012 at 11:23 am #

      Glad to hear that you’re excited about doing the Camino some day. An approximate cost for doing the Camino would be to estimate about 10-15 Euros. Over 35 days this is 350-525 Euros. This price accounts for about 5 Euros in a hostel plus about another 5 Euros for food in the local grocery. This is an estimate and I always recommend taking some extra money. There are no unusual costs except small souvenirs and restaurant eating. I hope this helps. Please ask any other questions you have. Buen Camino!

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  21. Aileen 25. Feb, 2012 at 7:35 pm #

    My husband recommended the movie to me and I haven’t stopped exploring the possibilities of taking my hubby and boys to the Camino! I’m sitting here planning it out already! Beautiful movie.

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  22. Missy McClure 27. Feb, 2012 at 10:03 am #

    I watched this movie last week. It was awesome!!! I loved knowing that Emilio wrote and produced this and that he and his dad were the characters. After seeing this movie, it has really made me want to take this walk. The movie was so good at capturing his moods and hurt during the walk while also conveying his disdain for those walking with him. The resolution of the different personalities was a tremendous end to the movie. Thank you for such a great movie, without language, violence or inappropriate material. I LOVED this movie!

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  23. Grammy 17 28. Mar, 2012 at 9:27 am #

    I watched the movie yesterday.. My daughter is finishing the Way today and on to Finestere. I am wondering what enlightenment she is coming home with. Praying for her safety. Surely appreciate the movie and it’s makers for allowing me to see some of what my daughter and her husband are experiencing.

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    • CaminoDeSantiagoGuide 30. Mar, 2012 at 10:47 am #

      I’m sure your daughter and her husband will come back with great stories to tell. Everyone’s enlightenment is always different and its always something to look forward to. Wishing you guys all the best!

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  24. Donna 01. May, 2012 at 2:28 pm #

    The Way is a wonderful movie. I’d been looking for something, but not sure what. 15 mins into the movie and it shouted at me…I have got to go! So May 2013 I’ll be heading out. But due to time restraint I’ll be walking the Portugese route. I tell everyone about this movie and encourage them to watch it.

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  25. Bob and Carmen 02. Jun, 2012 at 10:13 am #

    Saw the movie last night! Wow! We lived in Spain for 4 years, went back in 2008 on our 25 anniv and now look to do this on our 35th…the 30th is next year! It was such a moving film and made us long for a that more simple life… and thats what we’ve been looking for lately! So pray we can meet this goal and can’t wait!

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  26. Margaret 23. Sep, 2012 at 10:33 pm #

    I am inspired for sure on taking this walk. My son is taking it this year and I am working on going in 2013. I am 71 years of age and wondered if I could do this but after reading some of these replies I see that I am not a lone in trying this walk. My goal to walk as far as I can on the trail.

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  27. Robin Anderson 03. Mar, 2013 at 9:45 pm #

    What is the extension called that the main characters from the movie, The Way, walked to the ocean. Remember how they all left Santiago de Compostela after the service and continued walking until they reached the sea?

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