Like Father, Like Son a tearjerker that earns its wadded Kleenexes 

Switched at Birth

The Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda frequently takes a situation fraught with melodramatic tension — a group of abandoned children fending for themselves (2004's Nobody Knows), a heavenly way station where people must choose one lasting memory for eternity (1998's After Life) —…

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