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Camp (2013)

PG-13 | | Drama | 22 February 2013 (USA)
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10-year-old Eli finds himself at summer camp.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Eli
Betsy Roth ... Eli's Mom
... Eli's Dad
... Ken Matthews
Kristin Wolven ... Katelynn
... Margaret Summerfield
... Tammie Parker
... Bonnie
... Samuel
... Lifeguard Pete
Casey Leet ... Bridget
... Lacee
Michael Kenyon ... James
... Redford
... Bella
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To impress a potential client, financial adviser Ken Matthews signs up to be a counselor at a camp for children in the foster system. He is paired with Eli, a 10-year-old determined to hate camp. However, when Ken discovers Eli's dark past, his apathy turns to compassion. But is he to late to help the scared boy nobody wants? Inspired by true stories of ordinary people providing extraordinary help for abused and neglected children, "Camp" is a tale of hope shining in the dark places for forgotten children. For his performance in the role of Eli, actor Miles Elliot won Best Performance in a Feature Film by a Leading Young Actor at the 35th annual Young Artist Awards. Written by Anonymous

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Hope is found in unexpected places.

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Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, some violence, a crude gesture and brief language. | See all certifications »

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$200,000 (estimated)

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$324,977
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You can actually volunteer at a Royal Family Kids Camp in real life! Mandatory training is required, often several months beforehand, so get in touch with your local Royal Family Kids organization ahead of time so you won't miss out on the opportunity. See more »

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In the first scene where Eli is on the large rock, a safety rope is visible. See more »

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RFKC is life changing.

For the past five years, I have had the privilege of serving as a counselor at the camp on which this movie is based. It is the most emotionally exhausting, physically draining, spiritually challenging week a person could experience in their lives. It is an awesome blessing to work at Royal Family Kids Camp and have kids change your life. The movie takes a couple of artistic liberties with Royal Family Kids Camp rules (The most important rule at camp is that a child is never alone with an adult. There are always two adults within sight of each other), but that's understandable from a cinematic point of view. The real point is that you see how a foster kid can impact you in the five days you think you are impacting them. This movie shows that in a great way. The main character finds his life changed and finds that those who are most difficult to love are often those who need love the most. This is a great lesson for life and how we interact with other people.


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