TOKYO -- Japanese director Yusuke Okuda is matter-of-fact about wanting his second feature film "Somebody's Flowers" to appeal to viewers' inner sense of tragedy. "We all have some kind of tragedy inside of us," Okuda told Nikkei Asia ahead of the film's commercial release on Saturday. "We're born with it."
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