This is a delightful film about a group of reluctant pilgrims on the Camino Santiago del Compostello. Three are part of a dysfunctional family, two brothers and a sister, who loathe each other but who must go on the pilgrimage in order to gain a huge inheritance. The others are a woman recovering from cancer, two Arab boys (one of whom is in love with a fellow traveller, a young French girl, the other, a dyslectic youth who thinks he is on a journey to Mecca - hence the title. It is a charming story in which reconciliation and renewal are a central theme. So, what brings this about - the religious experience or the journey itself. Perhaps a bit of both. It is quickly apparent that Estevez' production of The Way borrows heavily from this delightful film. Subtitles and a lively script make this an enjoyable viewing experience.