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Rent-a-Cat (Rentaneko) (2012)

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Directed by

Reiko Kusamura Reiko Kusamura
Toshiko Yoshioka
Ken Mitsuishi Ken Mitsuishi
Goro Yoshida
Maho Yamada Maho Yamada
Megumi Yoshikawa
Kei Tanaka Kei Tanaka
Shigaru Yoshizawa

Written by
Naoko Ogigami Naoko Ogigami


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Description: Sayoko rents out cats. Every day she walks along the banks of the river towing her animals in a little handcart, with a parasol to shade her against the heat and a megaphone over her mouth: ‘Cats for rent! Are you lonely? Why not rent a cat?’ A wonderful idea, thinks one old lady, for if I were to buy a cat at my age she would certainly outlive me … Delighted to, intones a father, for a cat won’t mind if I smell like an old man … Oh, yes, chimes in an employee at a car rental company, I really am all alone … Sayoko’s cat rental helps lonely people fill the emptiness in their hearts. But Sayoko too is lonely; ever s ... (more)
Release date: 12 May 2012
Tags: 2012 (1), Japan (1)
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