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Down the road from Woodstock in the early 1970s, a revolution blossomed in a ramshackle summer camp for disabled teenagers, transforming their young lives and igniting a landmark movement.
MPAA Rating R
Release Date 2020-03-25
Runtime 107 minutes
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sher_free shared a tip "⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"
megbomb shared a tip "A must watch. Entertaining and educational. History that we should all be aware of."
emily_heisler shared a tip "Really good. Eye opening."
micaela_kestell shared a tip "Educational and will pull at your heart strings! Read the book Riding the Bus with My Sister."
shannon_hollenbeck_1763 shared a tip "This was excellent! I never realized this really happened- a MUST SEE!"
joseph_stein shared a tip "Thanks! Right now it's a TV program in Netflix:"Dark" For another documentary, "My Octopus Teacher""
martha_chipman shared a tip "Not much info about there about the civil rights movement for the physically handicapped. Really interesting and well done."
cyndi_tornetta shared a tip "I did not watch this sorry"
ezra_leslie shared a tip "Genuine, sincere, historicà. Troubladoré."
nan_holmes_6749 shared a tip "One of the best documentaries I've watched in a while. Five ⭐'s"
lauren_shine shared a tip "Everyone should watch this documentary!"
jenny_miller_3737 shared a tip "watch till the end"
catherine_shaffer shared a tip "This was a story I didn’t know and it’s great and very well told."
casey_lapidus shared a tip "So inspiring, uplifting and funny!"
mem_pignataro shared a tip "Extraordinary documentary. Enlightening, upbeat, truly inspirational. Absolutely loved it"