Another find from the local library: Kim Ki-duk’s “Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring“. I watched it. It made no impact whatsoever, except possibly with the bad acting. It was shown in the Rakkautta ja Anarkiaa (Love and Anarchy) film festival in Finland sometime around 2005, and, based on the blurbs on the cover of the DVD, it was well received. I understood the Buddhist theme with nature and circle of life / impermanence and all that, and I can’t really point the fault to the story itself (albeit predictable). Even the pretty scenery scenes just left me cold. Has anyone else seen this film? What did you think? What am I missing?
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