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I Am a Cat (Wagahai wa neko de aru)

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Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1975
Running time:116 minutes
Cast:Tatsuya Nakadai, Harold Conway, Masumi Harukawa, Tonpei Hidari, Juzo Itami
Director:Kon Ichikawa
Writer:Toshio Yasumi

Description: Kushami (Tatsuya Nakadai) is a teacher given to flights of philosophy as he mulls over life and its meanings, unaware that his gray cat is observing life at home with his own version of a philosopher's eye. Kushami's relatives dominate the action as they move in and out of romantic liaisons broadly characterized by an unusual combination of satire, slapstick, and vulgarity.~ Eleanor Mannikka, All Movie Guide

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