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  • Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse (NR)

    Lukas Feigelfeld directed this 2017 German horror film about a 15th-century witch who curses those who tormented her as a youth with a devastating plague. more...
  • Hal
  • Hal (NR)

    Hal Ashby’s career reflects the rise and fall of the New Hollywood era; he thrived in the 1970s, directing seven uncompromising movies in that decade, but floundered in the 80s when profit-obsessed studio heads refused to grant him creative control over his work. more...
  • Half a Life (NR)

    Kay Wishoth and Claudia Laszczak's 2005 video documentary profiles five Turkish gays and lesbians. more...
  • Half of Oscar (NR)

    A security guard for a salt mine gets a tense visit from his sister in this 2010 Spanish drama. more...
  • The Handmaiden
  • The Handmaiden (NR)

    Nightmare monger Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Lady Vengeance) skillfully transplants the Sarah Waters novel Fingersmith, about Victorian grifters preying on the aristocracy, to his native South Korea during the Japanese occupation. more...
  • Hands Up! (NR)

    Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski combines drama, documentary, and personal essay in this 1981 feature, a masterpiece made entirely on its own terms. more...
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  • Handsworth Songs (NR)

    The artist group Black Audio Film Collective created this experimental work in 1986, responding to the race riots that had recently erupted across England. more...
  • Hangmen Also Die (NR)

    Fritz Lang collaborated with Bertolt Brecht in creating this 1943 account of the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, the Reichsprotektor of Czechoslovakia. more...
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  • Hanjiro (NR)

    Samurai Nakamura Hanjiro fights corruption within the Meiji-era Japanese government when his friend and mentor, a general in the Imperial Army, is framed. more...
  • Hank: 5 Years From the Brink
  • Hank: 5 Years From the Brink (NR)

    The story of the 2008 financial meltdown has been told once already from the perspective of Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, in the gripping HBO drama Too Big to Fail (starring William Hurt); as a consequence, this highly sympathetic documentary profile of Paulson is slightly redundant, but it's also more factualized and instructive in its financial detail. more...
  • Hannah Arendt (NR)

    Political scientist and Holocaust survivor Arendt was a respected New York intellectual in 1961 when she attended Adolf Eichmann's trial in Jerusalem; her series of reports for the New Yorker on the Nazi war criminal's "banality of evil" soon engulfed her in a bitter, long-lingering controversy. more...