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The Way is the fourth cinematic collaboration by father and son Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez (writer and director). It is a personal tribute to the land of their forefathers – Sheen, formerly Ramón Estevez, is the son of a Galician immigrant, to whom the film is dedicated – and one that has the bond between fathers and sons firmly at its heart, on both sides of the camera.
Facebook, Twitter and other social media have revolutionised the way we communicate and do business. There is every sign that it’s a revolution that has swept women along with it – in a good way.
Tell any woman in the 1950s that, decades on, the number of women in employment within the United Kingdom would be over 7.5m, and she would probably shoot you a cynical look. Mention the technological revolution and the rise of social media, and the idea would be ridiculously outlandish.