A little girl is living in a dreary space devastated by her mother’s abandonment and her father’s death. I intended to depict the girl’s process of seeking her own language. The lonely image of a little girl sitting in front of a huge desk inspired me to make this film. Most of all, the focal point is to show the interior spaces of the house as abstract geometric figures.
JEONG Jae-eunJEONG Jae-eun
Born in 1969, Jeong Jae-eun studied film at Korean National University of the Arts. After making many short films, she made her feature debut with Take Care of My Cat. In 1997 she won the Grand Prize at the 2nd International Women’s Film Festival in Seoul with Yujin’s Secret Codes and Grand Award for her graduation short film, Girl’s Night-Out at KUNA Film Festival. Take Care of My Cat was invited to many film festivals including Berlin International Film Festival 2002 and International Film Festival Rotterdam 2002. Her film includes If You Were Me (2003) and The Aggressives (2005).