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Kauwboy (2012)

Realistic and intelligent with lovely camerawork and an excellent performance by Rick Lens.

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Kaze no naka no kodomo (1937)

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Keeper'n til Liverpool (2010)

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Keeping the Promise (1997)

Decent adaptation of the classic Elizabeth George Speare novel.

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Kees de jongen (2003)

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Kes (1969)

One of Ken Loach's first films, and his best -- Cathy Come Home and I, Daniel Blake are also very good and deserve a watch, but Land and Freedom, for instance, is not a patch on Juan Antonio Bardem's Seven Days in January: in fact, it could aptly have been titled Homage to Catalonia: The Soap. Kes is part of the 'kitchen sink realism' movement in British film that produced such fine movies as A Taste of Honey, A Kind of Loving, This Sporting Life, The Leather Boys and The L-Shaped Room, but is also something special by itself.

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Ketchup Kid (2013)

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Khakestar-o-khak (2004)

Wajma and Osama are even better.

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Khaled (2001)

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Khamsa (2008)

A very good social-realist film a bit like a present-day version of The 400 Blows. Eleven-year-old Marco, however, is not nearly as sympathetic a character as Antoine Doinel: as well as tenderly loving to his ailing grandmother, he's horribly cruel to animals. Before shooting the film, director Karim Dridi spent a year living in a Romani camp in L'Estaque and coaching his non-professional young actors. He has gone on to make Chouf, a similarly tough-minded film about small-time drug cartels that draws more on crime-thriller conventions but retains a higher than usual level of authenticity by also using mainly non-professional local actors.

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Khane-ye doust kodjast? (1987)

By the late great Abbas Kiarostami, who made quite a few other excellent fictional films featuring boy actors, including The Experience, A Wedding Suit, The Breaktime and The Bread and Alley, as well as the superb documentary Homework. Kiarostami has been compared to Tarkovsky (Ivan's Childhood), both being examples of artistic creativity finding a way to flourish under a dictatorship.

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Kid Colter (1984)

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A Kid in King Arthur's Court (1995)

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The Kid (1921)

One of the finest films of the silent era. It's sentimental be sure, very different from the sophisticated masterpieces being made in the era on the other side of the Atlantic, such as Metropolis, Pandora's Box and Diary of a Lost Girl; very different too from, say, D. W. Griffith's masterpiece Broken Blossoms, King Vidor's masterpiece The Crowd and Josef von Sternberg's masterpiece The Docks of New York. Chaplin has one foot in an older tradition, comes trailing clouds of music-hall, and you kind of either like that or not. And in my view some of his films aren't quite as good as they are often claimed to be: for instance, Modern Times is far surpassed by À nous la liberté. But this one is a genuinely excellent film and it comes by its sentiment honestly: Chaplin was sent to an orphanage as a young child and found the experience lastingly traumatic, and this echoes through The Kid. It has therefore been called Chaplin's most personal film.

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Kiddo (2010)

Meandering, but very perceptive in spots.

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Kidnapped (1938)

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The Kidnappers (1953)

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Killa (2014)

Superb cinematography by Avinash Arun, reminded me of Wojciech Szepel's cinematography for Mein Erstes Wunder. The language is Marathi. Also see The Journey, a good film about forbidden love in rural Kerala that's a bit reminiscent of the deservedly popular Sri Lankan films Gamperaliya and Golu Hadawatha by Lester James Peries and Gehenu Lamai by Sumitra Peries.

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Killer Kid (1994)

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Kim (1950)

Not as faithful to the book as the 1984 TV version.

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