Pilgrims (Comedy, Drama, 2005)
On the death of their mother, three brothers learn that they will only collect their inheritance if they walk together from Le Puy-en-Velay, France, to Santiago de Compostela. The bad thing is that they hate each other and they hate to walk. But the desire for money is stronger and they are finally on their way. They meet the guide in Le Puy-en-Velay, where they discover that they will go with a group of six other people. The road is a long one to Santiago de Compostela, and while we travel with them through some splendid landscapes, we witness the mishaps, anger, love affairs, fantasies and experiences of these nine characters.
The End of the Road (TV Series, 2009)
An adventure series set in Santiago de Compostela in the 11th century, when the cathedral was just beginning to be built and Spain did not exist as such, divided into different kingdoms fighting against the invasion of Saracens and Almoravids.
The series tells the story of three brothers, one of whom, Pedro (Javier Rey), is kidnapped by the Saracens during an attack on their village when they are children. The other two, Gonzalo (Antonio Velázquez) and Esteban (Guillermo Barrientos), seek refuge in Compostela and grow up under the protection of Bishop Peláez, who is overseeing the construction of the great temple that will house the tomb of the apostle Santiago. Gonzalo ends up as captain of the domine‘s guard; Esteban works as a stonemason in the construction of what will end up being the city’s cathedral.
Where is happiness? (Comedy 2011)
The film tells the story of Teodora, who suddenly finds herself without a job and without her husband. What to do when the future is a blank page? Accompanied by her friend Zeca and the Spanish Milena, Teodora begins the most important journey of her life, a journey through Spain, specifically, along the Camino de Santiago de Compostela: challenges, choices and discoveries in a story full of humour, delicacy and sincerity.
The Portico of Glory (Drama, 1953)
The Mexican friar Fray José de Guadalupe travels to Spain with the Mexican Children’s Choral Society to attend the celebration of the Compostelan Holy Year. While the orfeón triumphs and is hired all over Spain, the friar helps patch things up between the ex-singer Pilar and her old flame Diego. Fray José finds out that one of the children in the choir, Jaime, is the son that Pilar lost during the civil war.
The Milky Way (Comedy, Satire 1969)
Two French globetrotters who, from the outskirts of Paris, decide to go on a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, meet numerous characters and experience situations closely linked to religious beliefs.