TOKYO • As befits a director whose movies chart the untidiness of Japanese family life, the office of Hirokazu Kore-eda is cluttered with piles of papers, books, photographs, videocassettes and CDs.
But it is the dozens of Frankenstein dolls perched around the room that really capture his emotional point of view.
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