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Nattlek (1966)

Though stylistically it's very different, this put me somewhat in mind of Jacques Nolot's good and interesting film Before I Forget. It also made me think of the groundbreaking 1968 Swedish films I Am Curious (Blue) and I Am Curious (Yellow) and of Antonioni's equally groundbreaking trilogy L'Avventura, La Notte and L'Eclisse. Jörgen Lindström acted in Ingmar Bergman's The Silence, and while this isn't on the same level (that would be very difficult!) it's worthwhile in its own right.

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Nature Boy (2000)

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The Nature of Nicholas (2002)

Remarkably original and very well done.

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Ne okreci se, sine (1956)

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Nebel im August (2016)

Well-made and worthy film about the Nazi Aktion T4 (murder of the disabled) programme, a rather neglected subject: this is the first and so far only film about it, and the Berlin memorial to the victims was only dedicated in 2014. Great acting from Ivo Pietzcker, who also starred in the excellent Jack, and by his young fellow actors, especially Jule Hermann as his epileptic love interest. There's also a nice adult role for Henriette Confurius, who as a talented child actress starred in the superb Mein erstes Wunder and Ballett ist ausgefallen. Sophie Scholl: The Last Days was a very fine film but did contain some historical inaccuracies, which have been painstakingly documented by the White Rose Foundation. The documentation on Ernst Lossa is much less substantial, so the line between fact and fiction is less clear here: while the portrayal of Lossa as a lovable rapscallion with a heart of gold is certainly dramatically convenient, there's nothing in the historical record to contradict it. The script does get up to a bit of funny business with the timeline: Lossa is thirteen at the beginning of the story, fourteen at the end, but the end occurs in August 1944, and early on in the movie the doctor announces that while it will covertly continue, Aktion T4 is being officially suspended, and this suspension occurred in August 1941. On the other hand, many of the actors playing the disabled children actually had the relevant disabilities. And all factual quibbles aside, this is good and powerful cinema: like Sophie Scholl, The Girl with the Red Hair, The Kautokeino Rebellion, Breaker Morant, Aimee and Jaguar, Berlin '36, The Edelweiss Pirates, Boys Don't Cry and Soldier's Girl, it makes the minor liberties it takes with the real story work for it.

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Nelyubov (2017)

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Nenè (1977)

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Neohlížej se, jde za námi kùn (1981)

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Neuilly sa mère! (2009)

Has been followed up with 2018's Neuilly sa mère, sa mère! starring the same actors.

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The NeverEnding Story (1984)

Delightful! It's great to see Noah Hathaway and Barret Oliver star in the same film.

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The New Adventures of Pinocchio (1999)

Nice little movie elevated by the acting talent of Gabriel Thomson. He went on to act in some stage Shakespeares and was most recently heard of studying philosophy and hoping to become a human rights lawyer.

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New Boy (2007)

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Newsies (1992)

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Nicholas and Alexandra (1971)

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Nicholas Nickleby (2002)

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Nicht ohne uns (2016)

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Night of the Hunter (1955)

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The Nightcomers (1971)

Ugly in every sense.

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La niña de la mochila azul (1979)

Melodramatic but enjoyable. Relies heavily on Pedro Fernández's ballad-belting capacity.

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El niño y el muro (1965)

Has its charming moments but Sabine Kleist, 7 Jahre... is much better.

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