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DVD: Walking the Camino, "Six ways to Santiago"

DVD: Walking the Camino, "Six ways to Santiago"

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Filmmaker Lydia Smith follows a group of hikers as they make the arduous, 500-mile trek to the shrine of St. James in Galicia, Spain.

Initial release: February 27, 2013 (USA)
Director: Lydia Smith
Running time: 85 minutes

Facts about this DVD:

  • Region 0 DVD (All regions)
  • Subtitled in the following languages:
    • English
    • Spanish
    • Portuguese
    • French
    • Italian
    • German
    • Dutch
    • Polish
    • Japanese
    • Korean
  • Total running time: 85 minutes 

 

    Customer Reviews

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    Anonymous
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    Jackie S.
    Great movie

    I’ve been waiting a long time to see this movie so I was very excited when I saw it at Ivar’s store!!

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    Jackie Siemens

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    Jaap S.
    Inspiring movie

    I really enjoyed how the movie showed the different views of the pilgrims on The Camino.
    It shows what you hear: “every pilgrim walks his/her own Camino”.

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    Chris v.T.
    good delivey of DVD

    Very nice DVD: Walking the Camino, "Six ways to Santiago. I am looking to it every now and then.

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    Lyle H.
    Good documentary

    I enjoyed this film when I saw of screening of it many years ago. The documentarians were there to present it and discuss the film. I saw it about a year after my first camino when the movie came out.
    With most camino documentaries there were some stories I found more compelling than others. There are a great deal of general similarities in these docs, whether professionally produced or just posted by pilgrims. Not a criticism but just an observation.
    What I always find most interesting is when Spaniards are interviewed about the Camino. When I listened to the narrative of these people it is so obvious that they were born with Camino blood and an inherent understanding of what pilgrimage and the Camino really means. I find them to be inspiring. You get that in this film, but for me I am always wanting for more of this.
    Good movie and anyone interested in walking or has walked, I think, would enjoy this film.

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