I had been thinking about seeing this one for ages, and kept finding other things to do. Today though was a day off, so I decided that as it was school holidays it was best to avoid the mall and go to the cinema instead. The Camino de Santiago is a 800km walk from a small town in Southern France across the north of Spain arriving in Santiago. Originally a pilgrim walk done for the past 1200 years, many now follow the same paths for a variety of reasons. This documentary follows six different people on their journey. It was an interesting group of people they follow and I was surprised with the variety of folks walking along, from the very young (a 3 year old with his mother) to more senior citizens.
It did make me want to pack a little backpack and take a journey along, although the thought of not washing your hair for a month and the big blisters make me sure that I would be whining by the second day. Might be hard too if you don't fancy sleeping next to snoring smelly strangers - but I guess you get over that pretty soon. A worthy 4/5.