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Jesus Camp (2006) Poster

(2006)

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Since the making of the film, Becky Fischer, children's pastor for Kids on Fire, announced that due to negative reactions to the camp after the film, including telephone calls and vandalism, the camp, which was held once a year for three weeks, has been discontinued indefinitely and will be replaced by other events.
In an episode of 50 Documentaries to See Before You Die (2011), Levi, the young boy spotlighted from the bible camp, pointed out that his mother's quote "Our firm belief is there are two kinds of people in the world: people who love Jesus and people who don't," actually concluded with "And they both deserve love and respect," and that she had been cut off prematurely to add to the context of the film.
According to DVD commentary by the film's directors, Mike Papantonio, who offered commentary on many of the scenes depicted in the film, was added later on because they felt there wasn't any "tension" in it, and they wanted another viewpoint.
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