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REVIEW: A Whisker Away

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*No Major Spoilers*

**This movie is rated PG**

A girl falls in love with a boy from her school and transforms into a cat to get close to him. But these choices come with consequences, and eventually, the line dividing cat and human becomes vague.

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This movie is emotionally driven. The main character, Miyo, has had a lot of significant changes going on in her life. Her mother left her and her dad, and when they divorced, Miyo’s dad got remarried. Miyo not only feels like her mom abandoned her, but she feels like no one in her circle is taking her feelings into consideration.

Miyo is in love with her classmate Kento Hinode. Her main goal every day is to make him happy by her goofy antics. She feels life without him is meaningless and worthless. On the outside, Kento doesn’t seem to feel the same way. So, when she finds a mask salesman in the woods during a festival, she purchases a cat mask the salesman tells her will turn her into a cat, and she’ll be able to get closer to Kento. However, things aren’t always what they seem.

A Whisker Away is an excellent movie if you are looking for a feel-good and straightforward story. There is a lot of care and attention put into the writing, and it shows as I got emotional at specific points throughout the film. Overall, I would highly recommend A Whisker Away if you’re a fan of mysticism, light romance, and of course, cats.

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