A Week Away | Official Trailer | Netflix



Troubled teen Will Hawkins (Kevin Quinn) has a run-in with the law that puts him at an important crossroad: go to juvenile detention or attend a Christian summer camp. At first a fish-out-of-water, Will opens his heart, discovers love with a camp regular (Bailee Madison), and sense of belonging in the last place he expected to find it.

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16 replies
  1. Liza Shcherbak
    Liza Shcherbak says:

    Я так рада увидеть Христианский фильм у netflix. Вот бы таких у вас побольше. Мне кажется это что нужно каждому. Познакомится с Богом

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  2. agenttheater5
    agenttheater5 says:

    I'm not Jewish nor any kind of Christian (back-ground wise yes but not practising) but if I found myself in a christian camp I'd try singing the Debbie Freidman version of 'Mi CHamocha' which I actually like just to see what the reaction would b.

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  3. Dayveed Oh
    Dayveed Oh says:

    This is what a Christian movie should be. Relatable and truthful. Not the ones that are so judgemental and try to shove the gospel and their perfection in our faces

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  4. Shawn Kristian
    Shawn Kristian says:

    It's a good Drama/Comedy/Christian Movie, which then can be expanded into a Television Series with its season's episodes being 10 Maximum and running for 42:00 minutes each. To give the audience something to look forward to with of course Having it's musical and writing creatives around not forgetting the expansion of every of the main characters stories.

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  5. Lemur
    Lemur says:

    My problems with this movie: God and Jesus were barely mentioned at all, true biblical messages/the gospel were not mentioned whatsoever, and instead of getting saved by Jesus, the climax (the moment where the kid turns his life around and becomes a pretty much new person) is when he realizes he loves his girlfriend. Also, it wasn’t just cheesy. The extent to which it made all the Christian kids look perfect and ultra-happy Al the time, almost felt like a mockery of the Christian faith. Yes, I know- this is a “just for fun” movie. But in reality, Christian is NOT easy. It’s a battle every single day, but a battle that is so worth fighting, I can’t even describe it. IMO, even in musicals like this, we should not make Christianity look like some sort of super smiley, perfect nirvana. Very long story short haha, from a Christian who loves pretty much all Christian films, and who also loves High School Musical: please don’t waste your time on this movie, whether you’re Christian or otherwise. It‘s an hour of your life you’ll never get back

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