After a middle-aged man hears about an old pilgrimage route called the Camino de Santiago in a bar, he flies to a continent he’s never been to and walks across a country he knows little about in an attempt to heal himself while pondering the most philosophical and profound questions of the day: Does free will exist? How does one truly learn to forgive? Why did Lebron really move back to Cleveland?
It’s also about the pain and feeling of utter worthlessness caused by emotional abuse. It’s about the sadness of losing someone who taught you to believe in yourself again. It’s about the confusion over losing a daughter. It’s about the resolute depression that causes one to dream of suicide. And it’s about bocadillos.