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It was filmed during the camp's 2015 session, when the summer program was in North Carolina (it is now in Pennsylvania), and the first screenings took place in 2019. The lessons - for stutterers and non-stutterers - still hold.
The film's narrow focus make it more an expression of support for those who stutter and those trying to make stutterers' lives better than an "explainer," a movie that covers a lot more ground on the subject.