USA Today - 04/23/1993
"...Perkins and Pollak can quip with the best of them..."
Variety - 04/26/1993
"...Perkins gives her lines a personal rhythm and brittle snap....Lane renders an entirely disciplined performance..."
Chicago Sun-Times - 04/23/1993
"...The prevailing feeling of the film is warm and gentle..."
Eight friends re-unite at their childhood summer camp 20 years later and find that in some ways they haven't changed very much.
Seven nostalgic adults want to relive the summer of 1972 by re-visiting their childhood getaway, Camp Tamakwa. Once they arrive, the camp becomes a place where they explore mid-life crises, disclose deep secrets and renew failing relationships.
Shot in Film House color and Panavision; prints by Technicolor.
The film was shot at Algonquin Provincial Park in Canada, where director Mike Binder and actor/director Sam Raimi actually attended camp as kids.