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Schnäbi (2006)

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School of Rock (2003)

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Schwabenkinder (2003)

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Sciuscià (1946)

Also see De Sica's Two Women.

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Scrooge (1951)

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Scrooge (1935)

More of an interesting curiosity than a really good film but interesting it is.

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Seachd: The Inaccessible Pinnacle (2007)

A solid film with a nice lead performance by Pàdruig Moireasdan/Patrick Morrison. Almost every word of dialogue is in Scottish Gaelic, an endangered regional language which efforts are being made to preserve. This is the first film in the language to have obtained mainstream distribution. The grandfather is played by Aonghas Phàdraig Caimbeul/Angus Peter Campbell, a distinguished poet and novelist who writes mainly in Scottish Gaelic and also in English. This film isn't quite up to Poitín, the first feature film made entirely in Irish, but it's a very worthy effort. Also see Culloden, a brilliant docudrama by Peter Watkins of The War Game that uses quite a lot of Scottish Gaelic.

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The Search (1948)

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Searching for Bobby Fischer (1993)

Formulaic but very well-executed. The movie is apparently not very accurate about tournament chess. The documentary Chess Kids, in which the real Josh Waitzkin appears, is obviously more accurate, just as the documentary Spellbound is more accurate than Akeelah and the Bee, and the best fictional chess movie ever made must surely remain the 1925 Russian short comedy Chess Fever. However, Max Pomeranc's lead performance is such a treat to watch that it's hard to care about anything else!

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Second Best (1994)

Along with L'enfance nue, Foster Child and Márta Mészáros' Adoption, this is probably the best, most honest adoption-related film ever made.

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The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo (1997)

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Secondhand Lions (2003)

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The Secret Garden (1993)

Well-acted and heartwarming movie that departs from the book somewhat, particularly in the childhood romance between Mary and Dickon that skips merrily over the class taboos that obtained while Burnett was writing. Kate Maberly is the standout for me here.

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The Secret Garden (1949)

Pretty good adaptation, definitely the best film telling of the beloved story, but not as good as the faithful 1975 BBC miniseries. A miniseries also provides more elbow-room for conveying the emotional development Mary and Colin -- unlike the statically perfect Cedric Errol and Sara Crewe -- undergo in the book.

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Un Secreto de Esperanza (2002)

As in L'auberge espagnole, the ending could have come across as corny, but doesn't -- it works.

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The Seeker: The Dark is Rising (2007)

Quite cringeworthy for any fan of the books.

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The Selfish Giant (2013)

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Sergeant Pepper (2004)

Neal Thomas is great in this.

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Seryozha (1960)

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Seven Up (1964)

A unique, fascinating and important project. Don't miss 7 Plus Seven and the later instalments.

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