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Idly passing her time, the unemployed ‘I’ hears an awkward confession from a friend Ae-hee, whose Chinese zodiac sign is a tiger. Ae-hee tells ‘I’ that she has been transformed into a tiger with her increasing hairiness and animal acts. One day, ‘I’ sees on TV a news segment about a series of disappearances of women born in the year of tiger. What if Ae-hee is in danger? (Kim Hea-seung)
Lee Ji-hengLee Ji-heng
Born in Gwangju in 1974 and graduated from the California Institute of the Arts majoring in Live Action. She directed The Partners (1999), The Plant (1999) and To the Spring Mountain (2002). To the Spring Mountain was screened at numerous film festivals including 4th WFFIS and the 7th Pusan Int’l Film Festival.