As you may have gathered from this documentary's title, Arthur Blessitt is one of those modern-day pilgrims who constructs giant crosses and drags them all over God's creation. But Blessitt is exceptional in his literalism. He embarked on his first cross-country walk in 1969. He's now listed in Guinness World Records for the "world's longest walk," having carried his cross an astounding 38,102 miles through 315 nations, island groups and territories—the equivalent of one and a half trips around the equator. PG.