فيلم I'll Push You

I'll Push You

I'll Push You is a movie starring Patrick Gray, Justin Skeesuck, and Ted Hardy. It all started with three little words. I'll Push You is an up-close and personal look into the dynamics of a life-long friendship between of two best...

Other Titles
Ti porto io, I'll Push You: A Real-Life Inspiration
Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Adventure, Drama, Documentary
Director
Chris Karcher, Terry Parish
Writer
Chris Karcher, Terry Parish
Actors
Michael Turner, Patrick Gray, Ted Hardy, Justin Skeesuck
Country
Spain, USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

It all started with three little words. I'll Push You is an up-close and personal look into the dynamics of a life-long friendship between of two best friends - Justin Skeesuck and Patrick Gray - as they travel across El Camino de Santiago. This feature-length documentary covers the struggle of the 34-day, 500-mile hike across mountains, deserts, hills, and valleys and features perspectives from family and friends. Even though the story begins with the challenges that come with Patrick's answering of the invitation to push Justin in a wheelchair across northern Spain, it also explores the struggles related to Justin's rare neurological disease. The parallel paths of Patrick's experience in Spain and Justin's life journey come together in a singular moment to reveal to Patrick something unezpected. The story's beautiful cinematography is set to poignant music tracks that underscore, perfectly, the inspiring example of generosity and vulnerability on display. The film is an intimate portrait of an epic journey and explores the true meaning of friendship, generosity, and vulnerability. It's a one-of-a-kind documentary chronicling their pilgrimage, which will resonate with viewers craving stories of faith, hope, love, and the power of community. Their trek in 2014 captured the imagination of the world and was featured in the Huffington Post, The Meredith Vieira Show, Der Spiegel, Fox and Friends, and many other outlets. Since their return from Spain, the subjects of the film are sharing their message of hope, faith, and community worldwide.

Comments about adventure «I'll Push You» (20)

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Crystal

My brother and I were really interested in this documentary. We went to a screening and it was the most positive response we've had for any documentary. We have been friends for a very long time, and we're very passionate about the things that we love. I loved this documentary and wanted to see it again and again. It is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It truly shows the life of one man in the face of injustice. It is very emotional and very well done. It is very informative and shows how it feels to be a woman in the world today. I don't know what to say other than that it's one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It is an important piece of history and I recommend it highly.

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Nicholas

This movie shows the effects of global warming and how it will effect the planet. I've always had a soft spot for animals but this movie really shows what it's like to be a lion. It also shows the effect that the effects of global warming will have on us humans. A great movie to watch, especially if you're a lion lover.

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Bruce

One of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. It's a must see for anyone who cares about our environment, or wants to become more aware of our way of life. It's a documentary that shows what is happening right now, but it also shows how we can make a difference. This documentary shows how we can create a whole new way of life. It also shows what can be done to stop the cycle of destruction and how we can use our brains to make a difference. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who has ever watched something and thought it was dumb, or who has ever wanted to make a difference in the world. It's a must see, and I'm sure that you will like it as well.

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Bryan

I found this documentary to be a wonderful reminder of how life is and how much we have to take for granted in our present existence. How hard it is to live in a world that's full of worry, and how much we can give to others and ourselves if we just try to make a difference. If you've ever been on a road trip or you have a long commute, this film will move you. If you've ever been in a situation where you've been put in the position of being called into service, this film will move you. It will remind you that no matter what we do, nothing ever changes the world. Life is simply what we make it.

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Crystal L.

I have to admit that I watched this movie after reading the book, because the movie was so much more touching and believable. In the book, the woman didn't even mention how she felt for her husband. It was all about her. In the movie, the husband never complained about anything. The only thing he was complaining about was his wife. And the whole movie was just his complaining about his wife. It was so much more real and I was so touched by it. I would definitely recommend this movie. I don't want to give anything away, but if you haven't read the book, watch the movie first, and then read the book.

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Douglas Mendez

This is the kind of movie that you really need to see. I don't know why this movie wasn't nominated for best picture or best director. Maybe because it was not so "A" film. This is a great movie for anyone who wants to see what our country is becoming. It is great to see that our first responders are really heroes. I really hope that they get recognized in some way. The first responders deserve all the recognition that they are getting. The parents of the other responders deserve to know that their children are not being put in danger because of their beliefs. That is why we are in a fight. To be able to see these guys like they are heroes is great. I think they deserve to be recognized and to have their stories told. They deserve to be able to feel the same way that we do. This movie is about what our country is becoming and what is happening to our veterans. It is a great movie that I would recommend to anyone who is interested in how our government is treating our veterans.

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Linda R.

I found this film on the Web and had no idea what it was about, but I was very impressed. The film is very well made and informative. It's not exactly a documentary, but a documentary that covers several important aspects of this country's history. I thought that the film did a good job of introducing the subject of slavery and it is a very important subject to the world today. The film is not as bleak as other documentaries that focus on the civil rights movement and its impact on the black community, but I think that the subject matter of slavery is still very controversial and one that I think the film did a very good job of covering. The documentary is also very informative on the history of the Civil War. It's not exactly the history of the Civil War, but it is a very important aspect of the Civil War. This film was extremely informative on this aspect of the Civil War, as well as the military role that slavery had in the Civil War. The film is very well made, and I would highly recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in American history. It is a very well made documentary that is very informative.

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Raymond

What an incredible movie this was. What a wonderful thing to see a documentary and a story told to the highest possible degree. What a joy to watch the colorful world of the corsair in all its glory. What a gift to see a person who was a monster and a fraud but who at the same time was a passionate, loving, family man. What a pleasure to see a group of people who were there and were part of the corsair, who were as "corsair-y" as the rest of us, and yet who also loved and cared for each other and were as much a part of the family as anyone else. What a gift to see a story told with such honesty, wit, and passion. It's a great story of love and friendship and family.and it's a story that touches all of us.

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Jacob H.

I watched this film last night, and was instantly moved by the subject matter. I am a former hippie and have always been a very spiritual person, so I was very much affected by the film. The hippie ideals are brought to life in a way that most people who were living that era probably would have found distasteful and would not have been very comfortable with. However, this is not a film that shows hippies as a bad or evil group of people. Rather, it is a film about the contradictions of their ideals, and the reasons why they were sometimes so uncompromising in their beliefs. The film is an interesting look at the people that were involved in the hippie movement, and how they interacted with the rest of society. It is a very realistic look at the way that people were forced to live in those days, and how they became very divided from each other, especially when they started to leave the movement, which is the film's main focus. The film is well-acted, and is quite well-made. It is an interesting look at how the hippie movement came about, and it gives a good insight into the ideas that motivated them. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the hippie movement, or just has an interest in looking at how the hippie movement was perceived. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in looking at the way that society reacted to the hippie movement, and how it impacted the way that people thought and lived.

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Ann

I'm not sure if I'm giving this film any more weight than it deserves. It's simply an incredible film that touches every corner of our lives. I've always been interested in the message it sends, and what it has to say about our own lives. I really appreciated this film, and would recommend it to anyone who has not yet seen it. I think anyone who likes movies and their message can find something to enjoy in this film. As for what it is, it is simply a film that talks about the importance of gratitude and forgiveness. It does not pretend to be a social comment, but rather a way of connecting people to each other. It is not anti-American, but rather pro-America. It is a movie that tells us that we can all be better people if we can help each other. In that, it succeeds. I hope you enjoy this film as much as I did.

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Kathleen

I really loved this film and it is the only film that I can watch over and over again. The documentary is filmed with the same style as the first documentary. That is what made the first documentary so great. You could tell exactly what was going on and what was happening. This film is even more powerful. It shows the rise of the Black Panthers and the many issues that they are still dealing with today. This documentary is a must see for everyone who is interested in the Black Panthers and their issues.

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Billy

I'm a big fan of documentaries, and even if they're not always the best thing ever, they're always interesting. This documentary about the jailbreak of some Japanese rock star was a treat to watch. This guy is not even a musician, but he is a tough and courageous man who is willing to risk his life for the people who need it. I was not able to take my eyes off of the screen. It was so riveting that it was almost painful. I have never seen such a powerful documentary on an individual's story. This documentary was extremely well done and I would recommend it to anyone who likes to watch documentaries. The best part is that the film has been made so well, and I believe that the film will be a classic.

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Joseph K.

The best thing about the documentary is the soundtrack. It's so beautiful. The way the music is put into the film is really worth mentioning. I can't wait to watch it again. The cinematography is great. The camera movements are subtle, but very effective. The editing is also pretty good. Overall, this is a must see documentary. It makes you feel what it is like to live in the U.S. in the 50's, 60's and 70's. It really made me feel like I was there.

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Henry L.

I enjoyed the documentary, it was a little bit too long and it didn't touch on many of the important issues that are going on right now. I would have liked to have seen more action on the issue of fracking and the reasons that the oil companies are so desperate to get rid of natural gas. The oil companies and their supporters are using every trick in the book to keep the public from getting the facts and to stop the fracking of the planet. I'm not going to waste time on the names of the people who are doing this. We don't want to say anything about the people who are responsible for the disasters that are happening in the world today. We don't want to have to put our names on a list. We want to stop the crimes that are going on right now. I'm glad that they brought up this issue and that they brought it up in the context of the people in the world who are not being treated fairly and are being killed. We are the people that are being killed. We need to fight back, and that's what this movie was all about.

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Brittany

This movie was the most honest and most truthful depiction of the corporate world I have ever seen. There are not many films out there that really show what the corporate world is really like, so this movie does an excellent job of it. The music is great too. If you have any question about what you are about to watch, just watch it and you will know. It's worth it.

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Kathleen

The most shocking thing about this film is that it is true. This film tells the story of how a young man, Robert W. Young, managed to leave his life in rural Ohio and eventually land a job as a limousine driver for a large firm in New York City. He was just 22 years old. He found a chance to help people in need and he did not think twice about taking on these jobs. His love for the people in his life and his mission to help them was unbelievable. He also had a huge sense of humor about this. I feel very sorry for the young man and his family. He had a great future ahead of him. He will be missed by so many people. We need more stories like this to bring about real change in the world. People need to know that they do not have to be white or black or rich or poor. They just have to be able to do something for someone else. This film is a great example of a young man doing what he believed in. He had a vision and he was able to accomplish what he set out to do. I also would like to say that the director of this film was able to capture the message and spirit of the people of the small town in Ohio and the small town in New York City in a way that you would not be able to capture on film. The people of the small town were very helpful and they knew what he was doing and what he wanted to do. It was not just some big corporation giving him money. He was able to make his own money and live a good life. This film is a must see for everyone. It is very inspiring and it will leave you with a great feeling about the world. I truly hope this film will inspire people to do more in their lives. I hope that Robert W. Young's story is not an isolated incident.

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Dylan Butler

this documentary is a brilliant insight into the effects of the EU on Britain.it shows how the EU has shaped and changed the UK, and what it means to Brits and Europeans alike. if you are a Brit you will not want to miss this film, as it will push the boundaries of what you think you know about the EU. there is a lot of background information and analysis that is not immediately apparent and is very insightful. the film has a great message that you can learn from, and can hopefully take away from the film. i was totally riveted by the film. it has everything you would want from a documentary: history, humour, a human perspective, and an overall message that you should know.

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Madison G.

There's a great film made here, A Gay and Lesbian Movie. That's all I have to say. This is a movie about a young gay man who has been rejected by his family, who lives with his mother and her sister, and who has been thrown out of school for the way he dresses. This film is made in a way that shows how people can feel alienated by their families and by the environment they are raised in. And it shows how they can find a way to cope and come to terms with what they've been through. The acting is great, especially the kid who played the lead. He really makes you feel his pain and his confusion. He's a boy who's had a lot of ups and downs, and you can see the struggles he's had with his family and with the environment he's been raised in. I also like the way the film is made, it's not like a movie where you're just told the story of a movie and you're supposed to get it. This film is an actual documentary, and the way it's made is really interesting and really makes you feel for the characters. It's a great film, I really recommend it. 9/10

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Jesse Nichols

This is a story of a "family" of people who come together to raise money to keep a home and start a family. The original "family" was made up of the main characters. But as they got older, they lost interest in their cause. I'm not sure if it was because of the work, or the money. But I'd bet the latter. The main character, Simon, says he's very good at what he does. He is the main character, and the main character in the movie. The other characters are secondary characters. The story is told from the perspective of the father and the mom, and the kids. The main focus is on the kids. The family is just an ordinary family. It's a typical "family" of people that you see on the television or in the movies. I recommend this movie to anyone that has ever been in the middle of a divorce or a separation. It's a story that everyone can relate to. And it will be a great movie to watch with your family, or anyone that is really hurting.

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Joyce

To be honest I did not know what to expect when I came to this film. The previous film was a remarkable documentary about the heroin epidemic that swept across the country in the 1990s, but the new film tells us about the rise of a small gang of German teens who began using the stuff in the early 2000s. I was intrigued by the film as a whole, but in the end I felt a little torn about the central message. There is a huge difference between gang members and junkies. In my mind the term 'junkie' simply implies that a person is addicted to heroin, but in reality the term can be applied to anyone who has ever had an addiction to something, whether it is coffee, tobacco, or heroin. I'm glad that the filmmakers didn't try to justify the term "junkie" as it would have made the film into an anti-drug propaganda. However, there is a point where the film does take a rather negative stance, and in my opinion it was towards the end of the film. I found that they tried to convince us that the teens were selfish, and that they were just looking to "get away with it". I would have liked to have seen more evidence to support this stance, but ultimately I was left with the impression that these kids were too immature to know better. I think it is a shame that the filmmakers chose to portray these kids as victims of their circumstances. They would have been better served to present these kids as the people they were, rather than as the "bad guys". This is a film about the rise of a group of teenagers who were deeply addicted to heroin, and the consequences that the addiction had on their lives. It's not a film about drug dealers, nor is it a film about the addict who can't control his behaviour. It's a film about the people who were addicted to heroin, and the consequences that the drug had on their lives. I think that this film is important, but it is also a film about drug use, and addiction in general.