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Indian Summer (2001)

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A woman on trial for her life and a lawyer who is determined to save her despite her refusal to be saved



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Credited cast:
Seo Jun-ha
Lee, Shin-young
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Myeong-gu Han
Yong-hee Kim
Byung-ho Son
Geun-hee Won


Shin-young is facing the death penalty on suspicion of murdering her husband. She refuses to say anything in her own defense and is simply waiting to die. Her lawyer sees things differently and believes that there is more to this case than anyone realizes. Written by Thomas Giammarco <giammarcoken@hanmail.net>

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When I look at you... I want to live [translation]


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5 May 2001 (South Korea)  »

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A small winner
4 September 2006 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

This is a drama that creeps up on you. It's a murder mystery, but understated in its story of a depressed woman accused of murder - and the defense lawyer who tries to prove her innocent

The courtroom scenes are convincing enough, but the real story is between the young lawyer and the accused, who seem so genuine that it hardly seems like acting. Indian Summer doesn't take the easy route of so many Korean films by relying on easy melodrama. It's not over- complicated, but there's a naturalness that gradually wins you over in spite of yourself. As gentle a film as you'll find about murder.

The film succeeds mostly as a result of the two leads - neither overly attractive or charismatic - who gradually build a sense of trust with one another over the course of the defense proceedings.

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