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100 Years of Korean Cinema: Wild at Heart

Take Care of My Cat

 

Director_ JEONG Jae-eun
 
Korea 2001 112min 35mm color feature Fiction
Review

Five girls graduated from the same commerce high school and went separate ways. Different jobs give them different levels of achievement. Many dilapidated factories make the Incheon City look quite distant from external prosperity. The sea doesn’t arouse freedom and there is no great beach. You can neither stay nor leave the city. This is how the girls’ lives are like. Director Jung perfectly overlapped the atmosphere of the place with their emotions. Her unprecedented, ethnographic approach made the film overcome the boundary of youth film. [KIM Youngjin]

CREDIT
  • DirectorJEONG Jae-eun
  • ScreenplayJEONG Jae-eun, PARK Ji-sung
  • ProducerCHA Seoung-jae, CHOI Jae-won, OH Ki-min
  • CinematographyCHOI Yeong-hwan
  • MusicJO Sungwoo
  • EditorLEE Hyeon-mi
  • SoundLIM Dong-seok
  • Art DirectorKIM Jin-cheol
CastBAE Doona, LEE Yo-won, OK Go-eun, LEE Eun-sil, LEE Eunju
FILM SOURCE
Korean Film Archive / kofa@koreafilm.or.kr
DIRECTOR
JEONG Jae-eun
 
Born in 1969. Her first feature film was Take care of My Cat. After directing a film about the architecture Jung Ki Yong at 2011, she widened her directing range to documentary.
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