This is a road movie with a difference - it covers the 800 kilometre pilgrims' walk from southern France through the Pyrenees to Santiago de Compastela (The Camino Walk).
This is a great film with some interesting background things going on. It is a father/son story and the star of the movie (Martin Sheen) is the father in real life of the son in the movie who, incidentally, is also the writer and producer (Emilio Estevez).
Father and son are estranged and when son dies on the first day of this walk, his father decides to complete it and scatter his ashes along the way. The film is rounded off with some great characters who Sheen meets along the way and becomes a story of developing camaraderie -- a modern Canterbury Tales.
Well worth watching. 4 stars from us.