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Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring

Cast

Oh Young, Kim Ki-duk, Kim Young-min, Ha Yeo-jin View All


Crew

Kim Ki-duk (Director) View All

Release: Sep. 19th, 2003
Runtime: 1 hour, 43 minutes
An isolated lake, where an old monk lives in a small floating temple. The monk has a young boy living with him, learning to become a monk. We watch as seasons and years pass by.
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Nestorio_Miklos
We observe the life of two saints (please note we don't know the names of the two Buddhist monks as it is utterly irrelevant because the Buddhist liberation or salvation lies on to free oneself from endless suffering and existence), an old monk and spiritual leader and a boy monk his apprentice.
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Sarge
The film starts with a Buddhist monk and his young apprentice.
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