Indian Summer (film)

1993 film by Mike Binder

Indian Summer is a 1993 comedy-drama film about a group of friends who reunite for a week-long reunion at a summer camp in Ontario they used to attend as children which is now threatened with being closed down.

Written and directed by Mike Binder.
A Comedy About Eight Friends Who Return To The Best Summer Of Their Lives!

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Jennifer MortonEdit

  • No, shit the munchies! I forgot all about the munchies!
  • [to Beth and Jack] He's a moron. No wonder you're attracted to him!

Gwen DaughertyEdit

  • Excuse me, Lou. Fuck you, Jamie.

Matthew BermanEdit

  • The ring? Unca Lou... You know I hate boxing!

DialogueEdit

Jack: Why'd you come up?
Beth: Because... I wanted to be sad. Now, I'm sad.

Jack: [after putting Brad's hand in water to make him wet the bed] I'll tell you one thing. We are not nice people!
Matthew: Not tonight, we're not!

Beth: I haven't yet.
Jennifer: Haven't what?
Beth: [laughs] Had sex since Rick. I know you're wondering. I know how your mind works.

Beth: I've-I come to the brink and then I-I can't do it.
Jennifer: Yeah, I didn't think so.
Beth: But I don't think about it everyday. I try not to think about it!

Jamie: If I have to dive into this water and swim over you, you're going to be a sorry little girl.
Gwen: I'm already sorry.
[Jamie leaves]
Gwen: I hope I didn't offend any of you. Jamie needs to learn that he shouldn't over-wind his toys.
[leaves]
Jennifer: I got to tell you. I like her. I like her a lot.

Matthew: I just called the boys.
Kelly: How are they?
Matthew: They're fine. I told them that Mommy beat the s**t out of me today.

CastEdit

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