"Summercamp" is definitely worth watching, especially if you're a fan of small documentaries. However the strength of "Summercamp" is also its weakness: it captures very well the joy, fun, and homesickness of summer camp--but that's about all it does. Certainly that's enough, which is why I gave it a 7/10, but to be a great documentary I would have liked the film to have gone beyond just summer camp and given me some insight into life. Yes, there are the occasional nuggets, but perhaps the film focused on too many characters to be able to mine the potential here. Having not attended a summer camp, I felt like I learned what the experience was like. But having been a child, I didn't feel like the film captured deeply--and I mean deeply--the experience of childhood. We see the superficial fun and angst of childhood, but not much else. Still the film is worth your time.