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The Way - Film Review

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by Gregga J. Johnn (subscribe)
Life, Love & Liberty are what you make of them so continue, continue, continue . . . .
Published June 6th 2012
The Way
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Now I'm definitely planning to follow "The Way" next year.

A friend of mine made his pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago last year and came back saying, "I am utterly the same as when I started, and totally different."Time Aside Blog.

He has encouraged me to go and while those seeds of curiosity were growing in my own heart, I saw this film and it is confirmed; I'd doing it!

Your reaction to this film may not be quite as drastic for each of us walks our own path and that is precisely what this film is about.

Emilio Estevez directed his father Martin Sheen in this film and created a fluent portrayal of beauty in deep tragedy and personal self-discovery. This is truly one of the most heart-warming films I've seen in a while. The scenery is beautiful. The characters are charming. And, the tale is relevant to all ages.

Whether you leave feeling inspired to make your own pilgrimage or just inspired to take a moment to look closer in the mirror, this film will challenge you to Live your journey with the fullness that Life offers.

"You don't choose a life, dad, you live one." -The Way.

I can't let the opportunity go by without commenting on how interesting it is to me that Charlie Sheen is doing his best to live to the extreme, and his brother, Emilio, seams to simply be living a full life. For the first I feel only pity; for the other, I hold a deep respect.
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Why? This is truly one of the most heart-warming films I've seen in a while.
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