Just Sorry for My Feet is a new film set on the Camino de Santiago in Spain, which annually draws people from across the globe for epic pilgrimages. The documentary won Best Outdoor Culture Film at the 2020 Nordic Adventure Film Festival.
The Labia cinema in Cape Town is supporting StreetSmart with screenings on 1 and 2 May, 2021, at 2.30pm and 6pm.
The award-winning movie documents two solitary pilgrimages undertaken in 2017 and 2018 by Gabi Röhrl, who walked one million steps with professional camera equipment in her rucksack along the Way of St James, the Camino Francés.
This unique documentary follows the ups and downs of her eventful journey – her moments of happiness, stunning landscapes, and encounters with fascinating people.
Viewers can join Gabi on her emotional journey in which the lead role is always played by The Way itself.
StreetSmart SA is an organisation dedicated towards helping vulnerable children rebuild their lives through public donations with the support of a network of restaurants, accommodation establishments and wine tasting centres throughout the Western Cape and Gauteng.
Booking is essential for Just Sorry for My Feet. Get tickets at the Labia Theatre by calling 021 424 5927 or here. Covid-19 protocols are in place.
What: Just Sorry for My Feet
When: 1, 2 May 2021 2.30pm, 6pm
Where: Labia Theatre, Orange Street, Cape Town
Tickets: R70, Webtickets