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to be honest, i felt some disconnect between camp jened and the greater disability rights movement in crip camp. maybe its partially in the documentarys title, which feels like the documentary is only going to talk about this camp. and speaking of the disability rights movement, i felt there were missed opportunities to expand on the protests for disability rights shown in this documentary, including when the movie stops talking about disability rights after the americans with disabilities act is mentioned. (yes, i feel that might have something to do with a couple of producers of this documentary.) the fight for disability rights is far from over. you can see it now, as some activists are upset that things like video teleconference classes are suddenly now available after the global covid-19 pandemic. and, on a smaller note, some of the captions—the ones in the documentary, not provided by netflix—irritated me; i didnt want to see them floating all over the screen and wouldve preferred them to be in one location when they were included in the documentary. i know some reviewers will say this movie is “inspiring,” but i detest the idea of inspiration porn. what i got out of crip camp was that disabled people need accommodations to live their lives comfortably, but other than that, theyre like able-bodied people and shouldnt be treated as if they cant do things like have sex and going to college.
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