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  1. Link to our thread on Bobby (2006). - - - Spiritual 'Way' is a family affair Estevez's fourth feature stars father, Martin Sheen Variety, September 18 Galicia's famed pilgrimage route attracts fillmakers With its cobbled alleys, old convents and Gothic-Baroque cathedral, Galicia's Santiago de Compostela seems plucked, Brigadoon-style, from the Middle Ages as Catholic pilgrims mill outside the place where St. James the Apostle is allegedly buried. This summer, however, Santiago was buzzing with new energy. In a downtown garage, Fernando Cortizo was completing an exquisite thatched-roof cottage miniature for Spain's first digital 3-D stop-motion movie, "The Apostle." Meanwhile, Alfonso Cabaleiro, Galicia's new media minister, met with Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez to discuss Galician support for Estevez's film "The Way." All these events are connected. In 2010, Santiago de Compostela celebrates its Holy Year. The next won't come until 2021. Galicians are taking it very seriously. . . . Variety, September 18
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