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Cart (Ka-Teu)

Sun-hee, a mother of two children has been working as temporary cashier at a mall with the hope of getting promoted after her hard work. She has two colleague friends Hye-mi and Soon-rye who are also temporary workers. One day, the three are informed that all temporary workers will be fired. Despite the panic of other people, three women decide to go on strike against the manager of the mall to fight for their right.
Actors: Seung-joon Lee,
Seung-joon Lee
Seung-joon Lee
Jung-hee Moon,
Jung-hee Moon
Jung-hee Moon 21 January 1976, South Korea
Ji Woo,
Ji Woo
Ji Woo 25 November 1997, South Korea
Woo-hee Chun,
Woo-hee Chun
Woo-hee Chun 20 April 1987, Icheon, Gyeonggi, South Korea
Su-young Park,
Su-young Park
Su-young Park
Kim Bi-bi,
Kim Bi-bi
Kim Bi-bi
Jung-ah Yum,
Jung-ah Yum
Jung-ah Yum 28 July 1972, Seoul, South Korea
Kyung-soo Do,
Kyung-soo Do
Kyung-soo Do
Mi-Yeong Shin,
Mi-Yeong Shin
Mi-Yeong Shin
Yeong-ae Kim,
Yeong-ae Kim
Yeong-ae Kim 21 April 1951, Yeongseon-dong, Yeongdo District, Pusan, South Korea
Kang-woo Kim,
Kang-woo Kim
Kang-woo Kim 11 July 1978, South Korea
Genre: Drama
Director: Ji-young Boo
Ji-young Boo
Ji-young Boo
Country: South Korea
Release: 2014
IMDb: 6.7
Duration: 110 min
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ReelTalk Movie Reviews

July 06, 2015

Although the film's heart is squarely in the right place, that heart is too blatantly obvious and too obviously on its sleeve.
South China Morning Post

April 02, 2016

Despite its run-of-the-mill characterisation, this second feature by director Boo Ji-young largely engages with its sincere attempt at social critique.