What's the saddest film you've ever seen? - Make me cry!

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I feel like watching a tearjerker tonight (one that will make me ball). Any recommendations?
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Only film I've cried at, years ago, was the elephant man.
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probably Titanic or Shawshank Redemption but there are probably others that ive forgotten
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PS I Love You
Ghost
The Choice
Still Alice

U ok hun?
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YES!! Great suggestion, I watched this years ago and remember it being amazing
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Literally full on ugly cried at the end of this film for like 30 minutes :cry2:

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The whole of humanity gets dumped at the same, I couldn't cope


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lion / fault in our stars
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"Why the facking coat?!"
"... cold."
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My sisters keeper, such a sad movie
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shrek 2 , when they turned back into ogres and was just like "whyyyyyyy"
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Yuuki and Don't Forget About Niini. Both based on true stories about terminally ill young men (early 20s).
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probably Titanic or Shawshank Redemption but there are probably others that ive forgotten
I love the shawshank redemption
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Literally full on ugly cried at the end of this film for like 30 minutes :cry2:

Spoiler below, don't read if you haven't watched it!


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The whole of humanity gets dumped at the same, I couldn't cope



I loved this film . . . Cassie.test.2018 you must watch this if you didn't already.
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E.T The Extra Terrestrial
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The saddest movie I've watched was probably Manchester by the sea. I don't like that movie but it sure was deeply dark and depressing.

Other sad movies:

- Band of brothers, especially, especially the concentration camp scene (tv mini-series):
Watch that scene and tell me if your heart doesn't break:



Lines:

Liebgott: "He said the guards left this morning."Liebgott: "Langsamer, bitte, langsamer." [Slow down]Liebgott: "They burned some of the huts first."Liebgott: "With the prisoners still in them, sir. Alive."Nixon: "Jesus Christ."Liebgott: "Some of the prisoners tried to stop them. Some of them were killed."Liebgott: "They didn't have enough ammo for all the prisoners... They killed as many as they could... Before they left the camp.Liebgott: "They locked the gates behind them and headed south."Nixon: "Someone in town must have told them we were coming."Liebgott: "Yeah, I think so."Winters: "Will you ask them... Will you ask them what kind of camp this is? What, uh, why are they here?Liebgott: "Was ist das hier?" [What is all this?]Liebgott: "He says it's a work camp for... unerwuenschter. I'm not sure what the word means."Liebgott: "Unwanted, disliked, maybe?"Nixon: "Criminals?"Liebgott: "I don't think criminals, sir."Liebgott: "Verbrecher?" [Criminals?]Liebgott: "No. Doctors, musicians, tailors, clerks, farmers, intellectuals. I mean, normal people."Prisoner: "Juden. Juden. Juden."Liebgott: "They're Jews."Liebgott: "Poles and Gypsies."Liebgott: "Wie bitte? Was sagen sie? [Excuse me? What are you saying?]Winters: "Liebgott?"Liebgott: "The women's camp is at the next railroad stop."Malarkey: "Hey, Babe, come here."Malarkey: "Look at their arms."Heffron: "Like cattle."Malarkey: "Goddamn. Oh, Jesus."

I cannot, I repeat, I cannot watch that scene without crying.

- Schindler's list:

- La vita é bella (Life is beautiful):
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Only movie I ever cried (very briefly) at was A Beautiful Mind
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Arrival
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Hacksaw Ridge - a masterpiece! I cried about 20 times, I never cry.

Oh and I second ‘The boy in the striped pyjamas’ :,(

Edit: and ‘Hachi’.
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