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Their movie is "The Way," a crowd-pleasing indie production starring actor Martin Sheen and written and directed by his son Emilio Estevez. In the film, a father tries to connect with a deceased son by taking up his spiritual pilgrimage to northern Spain.
Their book is "Along the Way: The Journey of a Father and Son," an equally engaging dual memoir by Sheen and Estevez that explores their lives and their intense relationship. Punctuated with humor and unusual frankness, the emotional highs and lows they share will resonate with fathers and sons.
One of 10 children raised in a blue-collar neighborhood in Dayton, Ohio, young Ramon Estevez found lots of love at home but little support for his ambition to perform for a living. »
You'd think that every great classic film would be available on DVD by now but today (Monday 23rd April) sees two unreleased films finally coming out in the UK: Freud, directed by the legendary John Huston (The Maltese Falcon, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre) is a magnificent film noir starring Montgomery Clift (A Place in the Sun, From Here to Eternity), whilst The Execution of Private Slovik is an 8 Emmy Award nominated war classic and stars the always brilliant Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now, The Amazing Spider-Man).
To celebrate their arrival, we're giving three Flickering Myth readers the chance to win a copy of both films; read on for details of how to enter this competition and enrich your film collection...
2 items from 2012
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