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Finally, they get to leave their small town in Ohio behind and become the stars that they really feel they should be at this camp.

Very soon upon arrival, however, their trajectories diverge: Demi soars at camp, while Sadye's ambitions don't line up with her actual talent--or, rather, the roles she receives--at camp.

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