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Devils playground amish
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Devil's Playground is a American documentary film directed by Lucy Walker about the experiences of several Amish youths who decide whether to remain. Documentary Amish teenagers experience and embrace the modern world as a rite-of-passage before deciding which life they Devil's Playground Poster. Nominated for thee Emmys, DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND offers an unflinching look at the effects of this culture shock on such previously guileless Amish teens.
30 May When they turn 16, Amish teenagers are allowed to explore the customs of the outside "English" world -- including alcohol, drugs and sex. 29 Sep When you think "Amish" chances are your mind goes to somewhere The fascinating documentary Devil's Playground shows that the. Devil's Playground explores the Amish ritual of Rumspringa, a coming-of-age " time for decision" presented to Amish youth when they must decide which path.
16 Jan Filmmaker Lucy Walker directed Devil's Playground, an award-winning full- length documentary film about the culture of Amish teenagers. SYNOPSIS: Devil's Playground is a documentary film by Lucy Walker which explores the Amish adolescent rite of passage called “rumspringa” (pronounced . 21 Jun So says an Amish teenager reflecting on rumspringa, a period period chronicled in the new documentary, "Devil's Playground," by Lucy. 26 May Article on Lucy Walker documentary Devil's Playground, about Amish teenagers abusing drugs and alcohol after rumspringa, when they turn 18 Jan One of the best-buzzed docu entries at Sundance this year, "Devil's Playground" sheds eye-opening light on a little-known Amish tradition.
When Amish youths turn sixteen, they are given the opportunity to embark on a Directed by two-time Oscar nominee Lucy Walker, DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND is. Devil's Playground is a documentary following the lives of several different Amish teens in LaGrange County, Indiana. The film shows the teens during a period. When an adolescent in the Amish culture turns sixteen, they are encouraged to pursue “Rumspringa”- a period of time to go experience the English world, free. Rumspringa refers to the Amish rite of passage that begins when Amish to as the “English World” and the adults in the community call the “Devil's Playground.