Chin whiskers and horse-drawn buggies. Women in bonnets and unadorned frocks. Long days of earnest labor and active avoidance of modern conveniences. Rather than encountering Bible-thumbing God-fearing folk there, however, the kids end up at a raucous party-till-you-puke fiesta at which Amish youth shotgun beers, are nude in public, smoke bong hits and mosh to the emo band Fall Out Boy. During rumspringa, Amish as young as 16 are given a hall pass to engage in rebellious behavior binge drinking, smoking and casual sex fall under this rubric so they might enter the Anabaptist church fully informed about what they are giving up. But ultimately the filmmakers decided to fold rumspringa into a more teen-friendly plot.