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H. (2014)

Two women descend into madness after an alleged meteor strike sets off a series of strange events in their town of Troy, N.Y.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Robin Bartlett ... Helen
Rebecca Dayan ... Helen
Will Janowitz ... Alex
Julian Gamble ... Roy
Roger Robinson ... Harold
Roseann Cane Roseann Cane ... Neighbor
Kristopher Kling ... Young Man
Don Rittner ... John Doe
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrew Austin Andrew Austin ... Police Officer
Marie Bianchi Marie Bianchi ... Newscaster
Jacob Devik Jacob Devik ... Towns Member
Nicole Emmons ... Waitress
George R. Filieau George R. Filieau ... Polite Patron
Paul Hickert ... News Anchor
Terrance Kimball Terrance Kimball ... Restaurant patron ( Hot Dog Shop )
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Two women descend into madness after an alleged meteor strike sets off a series of strange events in their town of Troy, N.Y.

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Genres:

Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

Certificate:

Not Rated

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Country:

USA | Argentina

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 July 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Troy, New York, USA See more »

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This film cost a total $200,000 to make. And was shot in 28 days See more »

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Effective, mesmerising and stunning to watch
27 February 2015 | by sarahrich2995See all my reviews

I saw 'H' at Berlinale this year and I thought that this film was brilliant. I loved the characters, both Helen's and their juxtaposing yet equally heart provoking struggle with children really captured my attention. The ending was also something spectacular and heart wrenching. Also, I found the twists in the myth to be just enough that the film had a 'modern day' feel without deviating from the originals too much.

It was visually stunning, the cinematography and transitions between shots and even 'Acts' were very pleasing to the eye, as were the location choices. I feel however that if you were not completely familiar with the myths you may be quite confused for a small portion of the film, until it became obvious to every viewer what was happening. Saying that, I would absolutely recommend this film to anyone even slightly interested in mythology, and even if you are not.


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