The World at Arms Length
Screening June 5, 25, @ 7:00 PM
The World at Arm’s Length: A heartwrenching search for man’s place in the world.
Camino de Santiago, also known as the Way of Saint James, has been with us ever since the remains of Saint James were discovered in 812 AD. Throughout the Middle Ages, pilgrims trekked the network of paths and crevices in a bid to seek for enlightenment into the ways of Saints and the depth of human emotion. Over the centuries, pilgrims from all around the world have kept that tradition alive, and to this day, 200,000 people still trek the 804-kilometer (500 miles) journey of self-reflection.