A girl faces love and death.

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Cast

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Camino
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Gloria (as Carmen Elias)
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José
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Nuria
Lola Casamayor ...
Tía Marita
Ana Gracia ...
Inés
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Don Miguel Ángel
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Don Luis
Emilio Gavira ...
Mr. Meebles
Lucas Manzano ...
Cuco
Claudia Otero ...
Begoña
Miriam Raya ...
Elena
Juanma Lara ...
Doctor Bernaola (as Juan Manuel Lara)
Alfonso Torregrosa ...
Doctor 1 Clínica Navarra
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Doctor 2 Clínica Navarra
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A girl faces love and death.

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A blind faith.

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Drama

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17 October 2008 (Spain)  »

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Επιθυμία για ζωή  »

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Trivia

Nerea Camacho was hesitant about cutting her hair for her role, but finally accepted, crying in the process. Javier Fesser, thanking her courage, cut his hair as well. See more »

Quotes

Camino: Do you want me to pray for you to die as well?
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Connections

References Captain Tsubasa (1983) See more »

Soundtracks

The Morning After
Written by Amparo Llanos and Cristina Llanos
Performed by Manuela Vellés
Autorizado por Warner Chappell Music Spain, S.A.
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a gorgeous and stunning film
22 September 2008 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

CAMINO is one of the most intense, beautiful, and inspiring films I have ever seen. It's incredible how a history filled with such grey, such sad characters, can come to be so categorically positive, so affirming. It's amazing that a film that takes on death in such an upfront way and so bravely can be such a passionate homage to life. The best part about the film is that it criticizes nothing, it only conveys reality, and in a surprisingly objective way. I, who consider myself very religious, find this film, in addition to being profoundly human, full of love and tenderness, a film that is also brimming with God. Of course, a God that is totally different from the one Opus Dei twists around its little finger for its exclusive benefit.


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