Elliot, 31, a product of the Washington D.C. foster care system, has spent most of his life moving from place to place. When he is contacted by Matthew, a childhood friend from "the system"... See full summary »
Erik S. Weigel
Elena and her family are doing their best to live the American Dream. After visiting her dying father in Mexico, Elena is forced to hire a human smuggler for the journey home unaware that both man and nature are fatally out of control.
EL CAMINO is the story of an underdog named MIGUEL, a meth addict whose road to recovery is told through a series of chain reactions. The plot splits between past and present, navigating through his previous life as a strung out junky (one step away from hitting rock bottom) and his current life as a recovering addict (haunted by his drug fueled wrongdoings.) From it's distinctly crafted story ... See full summary »
Sean Daniel Bauer
David Ty Reza,
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Jacqueline Grace Lopez
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This is not a film, this is a book with motion pictures
This movie is a book adaptation, which wrote by the director himself. It is very boring to listening a book, and seeing sculptures and buildings. The "story" is about the famous Spanish route "El Camino". We can see the most famous points of the route. This is a pilgrimage in a sofa. The director is the only "actor" of the movie, but he never talking. He walking only. The original book is about the writer's conversion and his spiritual and physical suffering. A narrator reads some part of the book, but only some facts about the route. The only buzz is the beautiful landscape. It is impossible watching this movie without sleeping.
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