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Director Yoshimitsu Morita, whose films depicted the absurdity and vulnerability of everyday life in conformist Japan, has died. He was 61.
Director Yoshimitsu Morita, whose films including the award-winning "Family Game," depicted the absurdity and vulnerability of conformist Japan's everyday life, has died. He was 61.