Crip camp is a movie about the disability rights movement in the 70s and a summer camp for handicapped people. The intended audience is teens and up. It was made to inform the viewer of the disability rights movement. I didn't know what to expect of this documentary as I didn't have much knowledge of this movement. The movie was mainly about wheelchair users, their struggles day to day, a camp that made them feel normal, and how that inspired them to make the US more accessible. It was well filmed, especially because most of the footage they had to use was from the 70s on low quality, black and white cameras. The film did a great job of giving an idea of what these people went through to make their day to day life and experiences more like what most of us have been lucky enough to have from birth. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone thinking of watching this.