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Hot shot investment banker Ken Matthews will do anything it takes to impress a wealthy client... including becoming a camp counselor! When he's partnered with Eli---a tough-talking foster child with a history of abuse---he's initially just play-acting a part. But as they grow to understand one another, will both be changed? Dove approved (12+). Rated PG-13. Approx. 111 minutes.
- Director's Commentary
- Royal Family Kids: Samantha's Story
- Behind the Scenes
Vendor: Word Entertainment
Publication Date: 2013
Availability: In Stock
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