It is a project in which are collected audiovisual testimonies of patients of these pathologies that cross the Camino de Santiago
Janssen and Acción Psoriasis have launched an initiative related to the Camino de Santiago through a series of documentaries that will try to connect how their patients live on psoriasis and the trip to find themselves that is the Jacobean Route. The trailer for the first episode of Buen Camino has been able during the last weeks in a great amount of cinemas scattered throughout the geography, reaching more than 2 million Spaniards.
Two members of the organization Acción Psoriasis are the protagonists of the first installment of Buen Camino: Antonio Manfredi, journalist and Patxi Uriz, photographer and Goya prize winner this year from for the best documentary short for 'Hijos de la Tierra'. Patxi and Antonio, patients with psoriasis, travel in this first documentary the first stage of the Camino de Santiago, describing their experiences with the disease, reflecting on how to carry out the daily life as best as possible and as they themselves claim, hoping to help The people "who now feel sad, impotent, because of the disease."
The project, which its creators say is born with a long-term vocation, seeks to "make society aware of these pathologies and at the same time promote healthy living habits." Since Action Psoriasis has not yet given a specific date for the release of the first installment of 'Buen Camino', but in their social networks leave us with a new fragment of what we will be able to see.
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