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Take Care of My Cat Soundtrack
고양이를 부탁해

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Product Details
genre: Drama, Juvenile
release date: Oct 25, 2001
company: Dream Beat
made in: South Korea
case: CD Case

01 진정한 후렌치 후라이의 시대는 갔는가?
02 2
03 티티
04 산책
05 낯선풍경
06 A Friend
07 우정
08 Dream
09 무너지다...
10 갈 곳 없는 아이들... (대사)
11 스무살
12 동행 (대사)
13 둘이 함께라면...(Ending)

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Also Known As
Take Good Care of My Cat
Life in Twenty is like Cat.. Their Secret Message

Five young women find their friendship and dreams tested in the fires of post-high school life in Take Care of My Cat, an engaging, highly-accessible movie. With its wintry setting in the grungy port city of Inchon and its focus on the social divisions between the girls, the film has a more European flavor than most youth-centered Korean movies. Jeong Jae-eun's avoidance of cliches like sex, drugs, and discos keeps the focus tight on the girls' fluctuating friendships. Their ties are held together by that special Korean obsession, the cell phone. Jeong passed up fashionable Seoul for the movie's setting as Inchon better reflected the flux and unease in the girls' lives, as well as their dreams of escape abroad.--Derek Elley

Jeong Jae-Eun's Take Care of My Cat, deserves special mention, not only for being one of a handful of Korean films directed by women, but also for setting its tale within the working-class town of Incheon rather than the usual slick Seoul backdrops. --Jason Sanders

Five girlfriends in their early twenties live in the dingy port town of Incheon. A close-knit circle in high school, their paths begin to diverge as they step into the adult world.

At the center of the group is the beautiful and vain Hae-joo, who dreams of becoming a successful career woman. She leaves Incheon for an apartment in Seoul and a junior position with a brokerage firm.

The other girls are left behind in a state of solitude and unease; Tae-hee works for free for her parents and takes dictation from a poet suffering from cerebral palsy and Ji-young seeks a job, while caring for her grandparents in their dilapidated apartment. The twins Bi-ryu and Ohn-jo buffer themselves from change with constant togetherness.

The cellular phones ring as the girls coordinate their meetings. A lost cat, Tee tee, enters the lives of these young women, passing from one owner to the next as circumstances pull lives and friends apart and others together.

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Country: South Korea
Language: Korean
Genre: Drama, Juvenile
Duration: 110mins
Certification: 15
Released: Oct 13, 2001

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Production: Masulpiri Pictures
Distribution: Warner Brothers