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Great Expectations (1997)

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Great Expectations (1974)

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Great Expectations (1999)

Take a look for talented Gabriel Thomson.

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Great Expectations (2011)

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Great Expectations (1981)

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The Green Years (1946)

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Gribiche (1926)

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Gringuito (1998)

Good, absorbing and original film. Makes it worthwhile to overlook Sebastián Pérez's obviously non-native English!

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Güeros (2014)

Excellent observational film set during the 1999 Mexican student strikes. Full of interesting stylistic tricks that the director carries off with panache and more than a bit of tongue-in-cheekery. Frequently funny and sometimes moving. Naturalistic acting from Sebastián Aguirre.

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La Guerre des boutons (2011)

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La Guerre des boutons (1962)

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La Guerre des tuques (1984)

Much loved in Québec.

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Gulliver's Travels (1996)

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Habanastation (2011)

A touch formulaic, but heartfelt and likeable. The young actors were all participants in a youth theatre workshop in Havana, and they do a great job. Overall highly recommended.

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Hachi-gatsu no kyôshikyoku (1991)

By Akira Kurosawa of Rashomon and Ikiru, but surprisingly, not brilliant. Definitely lesser Kurosawa. Still well worth a watch.

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Haganenet (2014)

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Half Kenneth (2009)

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Hand in Hand (1961)

For some reason the priest-rabbi dialogue in this made me think of the 1961 masterpiece Mother Joan of the Angels, with its stunning scene in which a Polish rabbi and Roman Catholic priest, played by the same actor, confront one another. I was also reminded of John Schlesinger's extremely beautiful depictions of an Orthodox or Conservative/Masorti Jewish service and a Russian Orthodox Christian one in Sunday, Bloody Sunday and An Englishman Abroad, respectively. This film is very well made and manages to be sweet without being schlocky, but can't avoid seeming a bit pat and contrived. A better film in the 'children make friends across a social divide in England' vein is Jemima + Johnny: it's short and to the point, the children are that crucial bit younger that makes their unprejudiced innocence more believable, and it's made Free Cinema style and is often reminiscent of Lindsay Anderson's wonderful early shorts such as The White Bus and O Dreamland.

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Handel's Last Chance (1996)

Has its silly, unrealistic plot elements but is not as wildly anachronistic as Bach's Fight for Freedom, and Tod Fennell is quite comely and has a nice enough voice. Still, I say: if you want a boy-and-composer movie, see Beethoven Lives Upstairs. If you want a boy-and-Händel story, listen to Hallelujah Handel from the Classical Kids series. If you want to hear boys singing the Messiah, get the recording by the Choir of New College Oxford under Edward Higginbottom. It's a reconstruction of the 1751 version, in which Händel used boy singers for the soprano solos.

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Happiness (2013)

Very interesting but perhaps has too much of an agenda for a documentary made by an outsider. The Next Guardian is better.

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