“THE WAY”: A Film and Discussion
with Tom Kelly and Johanne Magnan
The Camino de Santiago de Compostela has been drawing pilgrims on spiritual quests since
Roman times. The 2010 film “The Way,” starring Martin Sheen, was produced by his son, Emilio
Estevez. It is about a father who travels to Spain to collect the body of his son who has died
accidentally on the Camino de Santiago but ends up walking the trail to honour his dead son.
It is a moving film about what is sacred to us. Ultimately the Camino is for and about people who
are in search of a deeper meaning to their lives.This film will be followed by a discussion with
Jungian analyst and IAAP president Tom Kelly and Johanne Magnan, a Montreal physician
who has walked “the Way.”
Tom Kelly is a Jungian analyst practicing in Montreal. He is currently president of the IAAP. (The International Association for Analytical Psychology)
Johanne Magnan is a family doctor and supervisor and teacher of medical residents in the Family Practice Residency of Cité de la Santé in Laval.
She walked the French part of the “Compostela” in 2004 and will share her experiences.