Indian Summer (1993)
Indian Summer (1993)
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as Unca Lou
as Jamie Ross
as Stick Coder
as Gwen Daugherty
as Sam Grover
as Man in Canoe
as Ranger Thaddeus Clay
as Young Jennifer
as Young Jamie
as Adam Randall
as Young Rick
as Young Matthew
as Young Brad
as Young Kelly
as Young Jack
as Young Beth
as Ida Heinken
as Kelly Berman
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Mike Binder places his well-acted comedy in the familiar turf of other "reunion" films (Return of Secaucus Seven, Big Chill), adding one element to the genre: Instead of indoor weekend, the regrouping is set in a beloved camp of the 1972 summer
If you like to go to weddings of humdrum people you don't know, you won't want to miss Indian Summer.
This is a story more interested in tone and mood than in big plot points.
A truly enjoyable movie, with a truly wonderful ensemble
Audience Reviews for Indian Summer
Nice feel good flick even though the ending is pretty much bs
This movie brings back memories of camp! Anyone who hasn't been to camp can never completely appreciate this movie. It's all about the bonds you make that last a lifetime, the memories you can't forget, the growing that takes place there, and how you mark your life by the summers at camp. The seven friends want to save this camp because it was a huge part of their childhood. The characters are real: a couple struggling with martial problems, a woman whose husband died, a man dealing with regret. There are so many storylines going on at once but it adds depth and life to the movie.
The Big Chill goes to summer camp in this thoroughly enjoyable trip down memory lane. A group of 30somethings return to their childhood summer camp, only to find that it is about to be closed down. For the next week, they rekindle old romances, remember the lazy days of summer, and try to make amends for past mistakes. The movie features a solid ensemble cast that includes Alan Arkin, Bill Paxton, Diane Lane, Kevin Pollack, and my ultimate Hollywood crush, Kimberly Williams. Look for Spider-Man director Sam Raimi in a small part as the camps maintenance man. Beautiful cinematography makes you wish you had gone to this very camp. It's funny, sentimental, dramatic, and touching. Definately a feel good movie, and a nice one to watch on a lazy day, or when the weather is bad outside. One note to anyone looking to buy the DVD (if you can still find it), the packaging says it is a full screen presentation...not true. The movie is presented in the widescreen format, so you miss nothing!
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