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A Hero Ain't Nothin' But a Sandwich (1977)

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Hero to Zero (2000)

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Héroes (2010)

A real charmer, like a Spanish Stand By Me.

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Het leven volgens Nino (2014)

A treat! Even if you don't care for talking-animals films, give it a try.

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Hi' Neighbor! (1934)

Jerry Tucker and Jean Aulbach are the standouts here.

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Hide Your Smiling Faces (2013)

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A High Wind in Jamaica (1965)

Based on Richard Hughes's classic novel. As is usually, but not always, the case, the book is much better. Resisting attempted Disneyfication, director Alexander Mackendrick set out to make a faithful adaptation of Hughes's story, but the studio made him cut twenty-five minutes, and this, he felt, ruined the film. It's worth a look nonetheless.

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Hikayatul jawahiri thalath (1995)

The first feature ever filmed in the Gaza Strip. Something unique and special from Palestinian cinema, as is Elia Suleiman's wonderful Divine Intervention.

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Hildegarde (2001)

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Hilfe, ich bin ein Junge! (2002)

Enjoyable enough. Girls Lost deals with a similar subject with much more depth and power.

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Hilfe, ich hab meine Lehrerin geschrumpft (2015)

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Himalaya (1999)

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Une histoire sans importance (1980)

A unique, utterly beautiful, wrenchingly realistic piece about the friendship between two teenaged boys in a provincial town and the unrequited love of one for the other. Jacques Duron made this and the 1983 medium-length film Le Voyage à Deauville, then disappeared from filmmaking altogether.

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Hitlerjunge Quex (1933)

Oh boy (so to speak). What to say about this one? It's not a brilliant work of art like Leni Riefenstahl's Triumph of the Will and Olympia, but it's a good movie. Also, it's of obvious historical value: the first significant Nazi film, based on a novel that was made required reading for members of the Hitler Youth. Of course, that also makes it, to say the least, disturbing. In Germany it's listed as a Vorbehaltsfilm, meaning that it can only be shown for educational purposes and then only at closed screenings preceded by a talk by a specialist. But YouTube does tend to make these kinds of regulations difficult to enforce...Yes, do see it: it's an important document, like Birth of a Nation, the 1940 Nazi Jud Süß and the Jew Süss made in 1934 in Britain by Germans who'd left Germany when the Nazis came to power, including Conrad Veidt, who'd also appeared in the first gay-rights film: 1919's Different from the Others.

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Hjartasteinn (2016)

A truly wonderful first feature from the director of the excellent short films Ártún and Hvalfjörður: a special tribute to friendship, tender, realistic and soulful, combining simple clarity with depth and featuring lovely camerawork from Sturla Brandth Grøvlen and superb performances from the young cast. Unusual -- unique? -- in that the focus is primarily on the object of the painfully unrequited same-sex love and how he deals with the fallout.

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Hoa-Binh (1970)

Won the Best First Film prize at Cannes.

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Hocus Pocus (1993)

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Hol volt, hol nem volt (1987)

By Gazdag Gyula, a mainly documentary filmmaker -- his documentary short The Selection is great -- who at one point had nine films that were being actively suppressed. In some places a little reminiscent of Makk Károly's Love and Another Way, in others of Death of a Bureaucrat by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, who also gave us Memories of Underdevelopment, Cuban Fight Against Demons, Cumbite and Strawberry and Chocolate. This isn't quite in the same league but it's definitely good, original and worthwhile.

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Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go (2007)

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The Hole in the Ground (2019)

Plot-holey towards the end and character development's weak throughout but overall a very competent genre flick with some original visual touches and with the confidence and good sense to move briskly along, rather than lingering self-consciously over its big moments, and to touch lightly on the legends it uses.

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