Spring, Summer, Winter And Summer Movie Analysis

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Spring, summer, fall, winter and spring is one of the representative movie of director Kim Ki Duk. I appreciate what he had done in this movie and I think the movie spring, summer, fall, winter and string is a good movie. The reason why I have that thought is because director Kim Ki Duk can produce the movie with deep insight in a short period and limited budget. Furthermore, the movie can bring out the Buddhist core value, for example, the concept of reincarnate, karma etc. In the first scene of the movie, the apprentice torture the animals by tighten the stone on them. The old monk also tight a stone on the apprentice and the old monk will not take it off unless the apprentice take the stone off from all the animals. The apprentice tried to find out the animals but they were already dead. It is what the concept of karma present in the story, what the individual did is influenced himself or others. Besides that, in the scene of fall, there was a snake come out while the old monk burn himself in …show more content…
I like them, no meter the props inside the temple or the view of the shooting place, especially the temple, the director choose the temple in the middle of the lake and the audiences can see the view changes in different seasons. The lake seems like the separation of the temple and world. The apprentice will not be influenced by the world if he just stays inside the temple, however, when he go outside, something will change him. It becomes the cause of the Karma and the story will keep going to see the result he gets. The first time he leaves the temple and torture the animals for fun, which caused the animals die. The second time he go out and see the mating of the snake, which caused him start thinking about sex and eventually having sex relationship with the girl outside the temple. The third time he kills his wife and he went back to the temple. He was facing the situation more serious than

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