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Film
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  Take Care Of My Cat cinematronic
  director

Jae-eun Jeong

cast

Du-na Bae, Yu-won Lee, Ji-young Ok, Eung-sil Lee, Eun-ju Lee

year

2001

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  The Korean ensemble drama "Take Care of My Cat" follows a clique of high-school girls while their friendships begin to unravel after graduation. As it scans their daily travails and their group crisis, the film reveals, with perception, compassion and wonder, that the corporation-dominated, media-saturated, technological world has become as universally common as it is locally unique. Language and geographical differences aside, these five young women from the port town of Inchon could just as easily be from San Diego, Liverpool or Naples. Hye-ju is a pretty, vain office worker, stuck in a low-level job unless she opts for higher education. Tae-hie itches to travel and feels trapped behind the counter at her family's business, a bath house. Twins Ohn-jo and Bi-ryu, who seem to share a common mind, work as street vendors, selling jewelry. Sensitive artist Ji-young is jobless and living with her grandparents in a slum. As a stray kitten is passed from one girl to the next, it mirrors the friends' increasing distance from one another. Writer/director Jae-eun Jeong beautifully coordinates her actors and the astute, rueful script.  
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