Camp Poster

Camp

Release Date: July 25th, 2003

PG-13|1 hr. 54 min.

Plot Summary
At Camp Ovation, kids of all ages spend their summer expressing themselves through dance, music and theater. Vlad (Daniel Letterle) is a singer-songwriter and first-time camper caught between talented but insecure Ellen (Joanna Chilcoat) and provocative Jill (Alana Allen). Besides romance, the campers grapple with complicated issues, including sexual identity, self-respect and parental pressure, as they grow closer together and prove their talents to the bitter camp director (Don Dixon).

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Genres: Musical comedy

Distributor: IFC Films

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  • The modestly perfect antidote to a synthetic, overblown movie summer: a blast of exuberant fun that stays rooted in humanity. show more

  • The film's examination of confused sexuality, psychic scars and unsupportive parents never moves a step beyond cliche.

  • The film's title is a double entendre, meant to be taken straight as a noun (as in summer camp) and bent as a verb (as in "to camp," an action self-consciously exaggerated or theatrical). show more

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