Indian Summer (1993 film)
|Directed by||Mike Binder|
Robert F. Newmyer
|Written by||Mike Binder|
|Music by||Miles Goodman|
|Cinematography||Newton Thomas Sigel|
|Edited by||Adam Weiss|
|Distributed by||Buena Vista Pictures|
Indian Summer is a 1993 comedy drama film written and directed by Mike Binder. The movie was filmed at Camp Tamakwa, a summer camp in Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada, Binder attended for ten summers as a child. Indian Summer features an ensemble cast, including Binder's childhood friend, film director Sam Raimi, who has a supporting role in it.
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"Unca" Lou Handler (Alan Arkin), the beloved camp director and owner of Camp Tamakwa, invites eight former campers, all now adults, back to the camp to announce his retirement. Lou claims to have chosen these friends as they were the group from the camp's "golden years" twenty years previously. Once there, the group comes to feel nostalgic memories of their youth and the unresolved feelings for each other begin to surface.
- Alan Arkin as "Unca" Lou Handler
- Matt Craven as Jamie Ross
- Diane Lane as Beth Warden / Claire Everett (flashback)
- Bill Paxton as Jack Belston
- Elizabeth Perkins as Jennifer Morton
- Kevin Pollak as Brad Berman
- Sam Raimi as Stick Coder
- Vincent Spano as Matthew Berman
- Julie Warner as Kelly Berman
- Kimberly Williams as Gwen Daugherty
The film's reviews were mostly positive. It holds a 61% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 21 reviews.
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