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What Did You Watch That Made You Cry?


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@Rosario's awesome list of anime movies to warm your heart contains several movies that made me cry. It's often nice to watch a movie or tv show, or a play even that makes you cry cause it means the script was really good. I admit also, that I cry easily when watching movies and shows. Often deep emotions and character growth move me. Anyway, it made me wonder what folks have watched that made you cry. Some tv shows that made me cry: This is Us, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (S4E3), Attack on Titan, Stein's Gate, Say I Love You, Erased, Mushoku Tensei, Violet Evergarden. Some movies that made me cry: Anohana The Flower We saw that day, I Want to Eat Your Pancreas, Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop, basically every pixar movie. 

 

So what made you cry?

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The death scene of Roy Batty, a replicant (AI), in Blade Runner, one of my all time favourite movies, is one that most readily comes to mind. ✨ I'll think on some more.

 

"Tears in Rain" (also known as the "C-Beams Speech") is a 42-word monologue, consisting of the last words of character Roy Batty (portrayed by Rutger Hauer) in the 1982 Ridley Scott-directed film Blade Runner. Written by David Peoples and altered by Hauer, the monologue is frequently quoted.

 

“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe,” Roy says. “Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.”

 

 

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recently? a few Naruto shipuuden episodes that explored Naruto's past. no one should be treated like that T-T

 

Animes: the tale of princess kaguya, a silent voice, heaven official's blessing (although that sad part hasn't been animated yet, it's in the books), banana fish, zankyou no terror

movies: equals, me before you, titanic, the imitation game, interstellar and any scene where Alyson Hannigan cries in How I met your mother 😂

 

 

 

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Since I don't have a TV for over 25 years, and even then hadn't much time to watch or go to the cinema, out of the top of my head these movies came up: I will fight no more forever, Havana, Mask, Gone to Texas, Picasso, Riverdance, Vincent, Out of Africa.

There are certainly a few more in this category for me who will be remembered in time.

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I cried quite a bit during the documentary My Octopus Teacher as the filmkmaker and diver Craig Foster bonded with an octopus in the underwater kelp forest off the coast of South Africa. When the cephalopod-like lifeform named Abbot in the movie Arrival was mortally injured. Arrival as a whole was a beautiful film. The kindness humans had for the robots trapped under the debris towards the end of the remake of Lost of Space. During two scenes in Babylon 5 including when the Vorlon Kosh died and when the Minbari Delenn learns that her human mate Sheridan has 20-years left to live. Babylon 5 is one of my if not all-time favorite TV-series. The character development and interaction of the different Sentient species and the overall storyline were fantastic. There were aspects of time travel involved too that I love.

 

I know there are other movies and TV series that have made me cry over the years. I will give some more thought into this.

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More than once a lighter TV drama series goes dark(er) and it catches my breath, it catches my soul. You’re unprepared for it when you watch these shows... it sneaks up on you. I think that’s why they can hit you so hard. ✨💞✨

 

1) Any Joan of Arcadia episode. What if God was one of us was the theme song to the CBS TV show Joan Of Arcadia, which starred Amber Tamblyn and ran from 2003-2005. The show was about a teenage girl who encounters God in the form of everyday people. God appears in the form of various people including small children, teenage boys, elderly ladies, transients, or passersby. Joan is asked by God to perform tasks that often appear to be trivial or contrary, but always end up positively improving a larger situation. 

 

2) There was one episode in the old Rosanne series where Becky, who has run off with her boyfriend, calls her father from the road. They end up having a quiet conversation about her car... but we know it’s more than the car. It’s about her father telling her how much he loves her in the only way he can. This nearly broke me (I cried like a baby) as my dad would help me with car issues, and other things as well, in the same way, and I knew in those moments how deeply he loved me.

 

3) The NCIS episode, where Fornell’s daughter, Emily, dies unexpectedly. An epitaph for our times. At its conclusion, Leon Vance reads a poem titled "Epitaph" by author Merrit Malloy. The poem treats death as an opportunity for those still living to memorialize the dead through affection. My husband and I were shocked and cried all the way through to the end as the poem was read... and after.

 

Epitaph
By Merrit Malloy

When I die
Give what’s left of me away
To children
And old men that wait to die.

And if you need to cry,
Cry for your brother
Walking the street beside you.
And when you need me,
Put your arms
Around anyone
And give them
What you need to give to me.

I want to leave you something,
Something better
Than words
Or sounds.

Look for me
In the people I’ve known
Or loved,
And if you cannot give me away,
At least let me live on in your eyes
And not your mind.

You can love me most
By letting
Hands touch hands,
By letting bodies touch bodies,
And by letting go
Of children
That need to be free.

Love doesn’t die,
People do.
So, when all that’s left of me
Is love,
Give me away.

 

4) This NCIS episode with Jimmy Palmer where he talks a young man, literally, off the ledge. Again, it’s the unexpected rawness of just how close death is but, equally, how close Truth, Love, and Beauty are, and how they can be revealed, through true connection.

 

 

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thank you for this topic, @ckaricai !! Honestly, I often cry in most movies and films hehe... I love seeing aspects of myself reflected ... and good cries/realizations of truth are always welcome, of course !! 💞 During this pandemic , shows and films are one of my favorite ways to "travel" and immerse myself in new worlds and lives.

 

@Maureen omg, yes!! that scene hits deep and feels sooo vast. Blade Runner is amazing.  Edit: Epitaph is one of my favorite poems ever!!!  

 

@Zahra Titanic, Me Before You, oofff!! There's an indian movie with a similar plot called "Guzaarish", which was actually made way before !!! it's very nice and I like that the protagonists are older.  Don't get me started on romantic stuff because I'm a sucker for those LOL!! I remember quite fondly "North and South", Goblin, Stairway to Heaven, One Day.  Interstellar omg yes. I'm pretty sure Christopher Nolan is a Scholar. In his movies there is a deep realization of love and intimacy, reached through curiosity, analysis and mind-bending ways haha!!  😍 

 

@Jeroen The octopus teacher and Arrival touched my heart too!!! Also the story of HACHIKO, with Richard Gere, about the loyal akita inu who waited for his human 😭 

 

@petra From those I've only watched Out of Africa and wow!! so good. 

Speaking of AI... the movie Artificial Intelligence with Haley Joel Osment and Jude Law...oh. my. god. Watched it when I was little and cried for days 😭  It was heartbreakingly beautiful.  I still hurt for David. Just remembering it makes me teary eyed. I hope that in the future we all treat AIs and their Sentience with utmost care and kindness, too. We all deserve to be loved!!

 

 

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45 minutes ago, Rosario said:

Speaking of AI... the movie Artificial Intelligence with Haley Joel Osment and Jude Law...oh. my. god. Watched it when I was little and cried for days 😭  It was heartbreakingly beautiful.  I still hurt for David. Just remembering it makes me teary eyed. I hope that in the future we all treat AIs and their Sentience with utmost care and kindness, too. We all deserve to be loved!!

 

@Rosario, yes!!! That's on my list. I cried for days, too. I mentioned it in my blog entry about C1E5 and Artificial Intelligence. Steven Spielberg is from C1E5. A .I. Artificial Intelligence (also known as A.I.) is a 2001 American science fiction drama film directed by Steven Spielberg... and he also wrote the screenplay.

 

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7 hours ago, Zahra said:

recently? a few Naruto shipuuden episodes that explored Naruto's past. no one should be treated like that T-T

 

Animes: the tale of princess kaguya, a silent voice, heaven official's blessing (although that sad part hasn't been animated yet, it's in the books), banana fish, zankyou no terror

movies: equals, me before you, titanic, the imitation game, interstellar and any scene where Alyson Hannigan cries in How I met your mother 😂

 

 

 

There are soo many episodes of Naruto Shippuden that made me cry. I almost added Banana Fish to my little list, but I thought I should keep it short. LOL 

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5 hours ago, petra said:

Since I don't have a TV for over 25 years, and even then hadn't much time to watch or go to the cinema, out of the top of my head these movies came up: I will fight no more forever, Havana, Mask, Gone to Texas, Picasso, Riverdance, Vincent, Out of Africa.

There are certainly a few more in this category for me who will be remembered in time.

 

A few of thess I haven't seen. I want to see them now tho. 

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6 hours ago, Juni said:

Antonia's Line,  seconding Arrival, the Lover, Enchanted April

 

I also love this movie. Did not know the title was changed for international viewing. I know it simply as ‘Antonia’. Beautiful!

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What dreams may come. The whole damn thing.

 

Man on Fire. 

 

The Adam Project and Free Guy both made me cry.

 

The Dresden files series. Reading from the beginning and then you get to Changes.

 

"I used the knife.

 

I ended a war.

 

God help me."

 

Every. Time.

 

And seriously. What 80s kid didn't die at the death of Artax.  Though the death that affect me long was the Rockbiter. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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For the past 25 days it’s the news, both kind: the inhumanity of RU and the deep humanity of all of us fighting that with Love and Truth, rushing to help UA.

 

Otherwise… the list is looong! From Love Actually to Rob Roy to the series Sex Education to Dead Poet Society to basically anything where people come together for a good cause, especially if they sing. So yeah, I cry to Pitch Perfect! 😄

 

 

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There are many but one in particular that comes to mind for me at the moment is the movie Call Me By Your Name.  Here are a couple of scenes that put a huge knot in my throat and made my eyes watery.  Oh to have had parents growing up like he had in the movie.

 

Since others may not have seen this yet, I'll put the video clips behind a spoiler block:

 

Spoiler

 

and this one:

 

Spoiler

 

 

 

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I cried last night watching Amy Schumer's new series "Life & Beth" (Hulu) during some relatable childhood flashback scenes. I was looking for comic relief from recent life stresses, but, alas, no rest for the weary it seems (though the show is indeed also funny). "Laughing and crying, you know, it's the same release," as Joni Mitchell famously sang.

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@ChristianMy dying ET and I cried together through the entirety of  What Dreams May Come.  A couple weeks ago I was thinking of re-watching it but I don't know if I'll ever be able to.

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9 hours ago, Juni said:

Antonia's Line,  seconding Arrival, the Lover, Enchanted April

 

Oh I love Antonia as well. Anything with magical realism though it’s very subtle in this film.

 

The early 90s were such a good time for indie cinema.

 

We rewatched Bagdad Cafe last night. I forgot what a magical treatise on chosen family that one is. You will definitely shed a few tears.

 

 

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Oh, gosh, @Rosario -- Hachiko! And A.I.! I LOVED both of those, but honestly can't watch them again, I just cry TOO much.

I also cry when I watch children's movies. Ironically, both Frozens completely melt me!

Sound of Music, also. One of the Western films that was allowed here during the Soviet occupation, and of course everyone in my mother's generation watched it in the context of their own situation. The film probably had double meaning in most of Eastern Europe.

 

I'm archiving all these lovely suggestions from all of you, thank you. Need more GOOD reasons to cry right now.

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5 hours ago, Lawrence said:

Oh I love Antonia as well. Anything with magical realism though it’s very subtle in this film.

 

The early 90s were such a good time for indie cinema.

 

We rewatched Bagdad Cafe last night. I forgot what a magical treatise on chosen family that one is. You will definitely shed a few tears.

 

 

Oooo I also loooove this one, Bagdad Café! Thank you for reminding me @Lawrence. It has been a while since I last saw this one.

 

i also love these movies:

‘Der Himmel über Berlin’ (Wings of Desire) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wings_of_Desire;

The lives of others https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lives_of_Others;

Detachment https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detachment_(film);

The shape of water https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Shape_of_Water;

Love&Mercy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_%26_Mercy_(film);

and

Woman at war https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woman_at_War.

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7 hours ago, Christian said:

What dreams may come. The whole damn thing.

 

Man on Fire. 

 

The Adam Project and Free Guy both made me cry.

 

The Dresden files series. Reading from the beginning and then you get to Changes.

 

"I used the knife.

 

I ended a war.

 

God help me."

 

Every. Time.

 

And seriously. What 80s kid didn't die at the death of Artax.  Though the death that affect me long was the Rockbiter. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I second this one! Absolutely crushing, back then, when rockbiter died. One of my favourite books as a kid: the Neverending story! Along with Momo, also by Michael Ende. 

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Y’all have good taste in movies and tv. 🙂
 

I can’t remember if I cried during the neverending story. I definitely cried during some episodes of Sex Education. There are a few movies I haven’t seen. I really want to watch Antonia’s Line now. It will be interesting to watch movies from the 80s and 90s to see if they age well. I wonder about this too. How many of the movies and shows from this list would age well 200 years from now. 

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I haven't cried while watching movies or series for a long time. The last time I remember was while I watched What Dreams May Come, the film starring Robin Williams that offers a view of the afterlife. At the time, I was still in love with my ET, and his relationship with his wife seemed extremely like ours. I don't know if the tears were a response to the resonance to the Astral or just me recognising my Essence Twin, but that memory remains as a marker of when an art piece made me cry.

 

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