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  • Heartless (NR)

    An introverted young photographer (Jim Sturgess) with a heart-shaped birthmark over his left eye and cheek stumbles upon the alarming fact that nocturnal London is being stalked by homicidal, lizard-faced, Molotov-cocktail-tossing demons. more...
  • Hell and Back Again (NR)

    Noted war photographer Danfung Dennis directed this sobering documentary about Nathan Harris, a U.S. marine sergeant critically wounded in Afghanistan in 2009. more...
  • Helvetica (NR)

    This fascinating British documentary by Gary Hustwit uses the 50th anniversary of the Swiss typeface Helvetica to consider a half century of graphic design, exploring the tension between the orderly postwar modernists and the individualists who came after them. more...
  • Hideaway (NR)

    Two young lovers overdose on drugs and the man dies, leaving the woman (Isabelle Carré) pregnant with his child; preparing to give birth, she travels to a seaside retreat, where she's joined for a few stumbling, tender, and subtly charged weeks by the man's gay brother. more...
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  • House of Pleasures (NR)

    In films like The Pornographer (2001) and On War (2008), French writer-director Bertrand Bonello tells odd, deliberately impenetrable stories that evoke such writers as Nathaniel Hawthorne and Nikolai Gogol. more...
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  • How to Live Forever (NR)

    Mark Wexler's last documentary, Tell Them Who You Are (2004), explored his relationship with his famous father, director and cinematographer Haskell Wexler; this one (2009) was inspired by his mother, Marion Witt-Wexler, who enjoyed a successful career as a painter but slid into dementia and death after her studio and work were destroyed in a fire. more...
  • Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel (NR)

    Worshipful enough to pass for an authorized biography, this 2009 documentary sets out to burnish Hefner's reputation as a champion of liberal causes (including racial justice, free speech, abortion rights, and, of course, sexual liberation) and as an influential patron of jazz and the literary arts. more...