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Filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady lump all evangelicals together, failing to distinguish the more fundamentalist Pentecostals, and they've clumsily inserted some unnecessary editorializing from talk-radio host Mike Papantonio.
Often funny (just listen to Becky fulminate against Harry Potter), but it's also a scary, sobering inside look at the attempts of an increasingly powerful group to erode the separation of church and state.
Filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady, who also focused on children in last year's poignant The Boys of Baraka, provide a fascinating glimpse of kids' role in the evangelical movement's political agenda.