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Sreejith Arukattu Rajith over 3 years ago
Thought provoking craft, simply pure
Damian Campo over 4 years ago
Teachings about Buddhist thoughts.
emilio murillo over 5 years ago
Scenic and touching film. The reflective, sad, and engaging life of a boy and his master.
Mario Schievenini over 5 years ago
Nice film. I enjoyed it even thoiugh there's a lack of dialogue. It's an intersting film.
Paul McCamley over 7 years ago
Beautifully made film depicting the life of a Buddhist monk.
Matteo Satta 1 year ago
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Santtu Heikkinen over 5 years ago
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring is a 2003 South Korean film about a Buddhist monastery that floats on a lake in a pristine forest. The story is about the life of a Buddhist monk as he passes through the seasons of his life, from childhood to old age. The movie was directed by Kim Ki-duk, and stars Su Oh-yeong, Kim Young-min, Seo Jae-kyung, and Kim Jong-ho. The director himself appears as the man in the last stage of life. The quiet, contemplative film marked a significant change from his previous works, which were often criticized for excessive violence and misogyny. The film is divided into five segments (the five seasons of the title), each segment depicting a different stage in the life of a Buddhist monk. The segments are roughly ten to twenty years apart, and the action of each takes place during the season of its title. We are introduced to the life of the very young Buddhist apprentice living with his master on a small floating monastery, drifting on a lake in the...
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