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    The Notebook, Now Is Good, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas.
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    A korean movie named: 'Miracle in cell no.7'
    I have never cried so hard for fictional characters, so sad. But i recommed watching it, it's so heartfelt and sweet, and sometimes funny but at the right moments.
    I was watching it at school and my friends recorded me crying lol
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    Aye, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas is a good shout. Anything to do with a child's death I struggle with, and war films are massively heart-wrenching anyway.
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    Interstellar.
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    A film called the kill list was one I found disturbing.
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    :eek: How???

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    (Original post by Ignitus7)
    Am I the only kid that absolutely LOVED Watership Down?!?!
    Nopee

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    You think Marley&Me is bad wait till you see Hachi, sobbed and i'm not even a massive dog lover!!
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    Romeo and Juliet
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    (Original post by Emma_xoxo)
    Hi all,

    I wrote a blog on the most emotionally scarring films that I've seen.
    http://www.emmieleey.com/2015/01/the...ing-films.html

    What are the films that have left you feeling the most emotionally drained?
    Requiem For A Dream made me want to give up booze, caffeine, red meat...the works basically.
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    Lovely bones....

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    Eton Lake: it's one of those films that makes you feel really angry after you finish it. The film was just generally unsatisfying to watch.
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    (Original post by Soph.Jade)
    One flew over the cuckoos nest
    My god yes, what an amazing film and cast. The book is phenomenal as well
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    Toy Story 3. It broke my heart that Andy finally left.
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    TOY STORY 4 CONFIRMED.
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    Boys don't cry . It's a great film until the last 20 minutes

    Up, even that song makes me cry
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    (Original post by ivybridge)
    The Fault In Our Stars, My Sister's Keeper, Borstal Boy, Brokeback Mountain and Boys Don't Cry.

    Edit: Adding - This Is England and I would say films like FIT (by Stonewall) and stuff woke me up to some pretty upsettinf realisations about our society to be honest...
    I didn't like FIT. I couldn't really understand what they were saying half the time, kinda ruined it for me.
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    (Original post by Emma_xoxo)
    Hi all,

    I wrote a blog on the most emotionally scarring films that I've seen.
    http://www.emmieleey.com/2015/01/the...ing-films.html

    What are the films that have left you feeling the most emotionally drained?
    Seven Pounds was one. The feels..
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    (Original post by Here'sjonny)
    Requiem For A Dream... Felt like a horrendous come down after
    Yas

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    Depressing films are my favourite.

    Requiem for a Dream
    Her
    Our Children
    Grave of the Fireflies
    Schindler's List
    The Green Mile
    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
    Lilya 4-ever
    Blue Valentine
    Dear Zachary
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    Atonement
    About time
    Never let me go
    Brokeback mountain
    Bridge to terabithia was unnecessary trauma for a supposed children's film!

    So many tears were shed
 
 
 
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