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A grieving father makes a pilgrimage to the Pyrenees in honor of his late son, and experiences a major epiphany during his journey down the Way of Saint James. When his adult son (Emilio Estevez) is killed during an excursion down a Christian pilgrimage route, California doctor Tom (Martin Sheen) vows to complete the treacherous journey. As Tom sets down the 800 km path with only his son's guidebook and backpack, he forges powerful bonds with three fellow travelers (Yorick Van Wageningen, Deborah Kara Unger, James Nesbitt, who alter his perspective of the world and remind him what it means to lead a meaningful life.
Emilio Estevez - American Actor, BREAKFAST CLUB
Glenn T. Morgan
Chris Jenkins - Sound/Sound Designer; Re-Recording Mixer
Tyler Bates - Composer
Frank A. Montano - SOUND\"UNDER SIEGE"
Anthony Stephen Ciccarelli
Juan Miguel Azpiroz
Simon Andreu - Actor/"Fist Fighter"
Renee Estevez - American Supporting Actress
Tcheky Karyo - French Actor
Eusebio Lazaro - Co-star, "Demons in the Garden"
Ángela Molina - Supporting Actress/"1492"
Deborah Kara Unger - Canadian Actress
Deborah Unger - Canadian Actress
Martin Sheen - American actor, THE WEST WING
Ramon Estevez - American actor, THE WEST WING
Yorick Van Wageningen - Star, BEYOND BORDERS
Carlos Leal - Actor
Omar Muñoz - Actor
William Holden - Actor, ;
Jose Luis Molina
Jose Javier Ruiz
Milagros Alcalde Diez
Maximiano Benito Nebreda
"There's a contemplative loveliness to THE WAY, an affecting personal project both for Emilio Estevez, who wrote, directed, and plays a small role, and for his father, Martin Sheen." -- Grade: B+ - 10/14/2011 Entertainment Weekly
3 stars out of 4 -- "It's a sweet and sincere family pilgrimage..." - 10/05/2011 Chicago Sun-Times
"The gentle drama offers an intriguing look at the contemporary version of an ancient ritual, and is anchored by the on-screen work of the writer-director's father, Martin Sheen." - 10/07/2011 Los Angeles Times
"[T]his is a sweet, life-affirming tale of a tightly wound man who learns to loosen up and appreciate life." - 11/04/2011 USA Today
3 stars out of 4 -- "It's modest, warm and welcoming, never insisting on a particular pace or philosophical bent, but always staying open." - 10/07/2011 Washington Post