“It is a peculiar theme in Japan that things possess a spirit,” says director Shuhei Morita of his film in which a man encounters goblin spirits. “I asked Mr. Keisuke Kishi, a model/sculpture art creator, to create some plots and image illustrations based on traditional Japanese ghosts.”
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