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    Movies that make you cry

    At least since early childhood, no movie has ever made me cry. They have inspired various emotions such as outrage, but none has ever moved me to tears.

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    I generally can´t understand why many people are ashamed to cry in public. I don´t think it is bad to cry, that is a normal human emotion, and I pity those who disown or oppress their natural feelings...

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    I know, I know but only just read this...

    Quote Originally Posted by Vanir
    If I won the Lottery, running my own Publishing company would be one of the ventures I would undertake (along with funding a new Folkwandering to Siberia, or somewhere similary uninhabited) 05-16-2006 09:05 PM
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    Southern Argentina would do it.
    Uninhabited, so you can't push a way a culture there. Full of good nature with mountains and glades and lakes...well, just the Spanish Buenos-Aireans that one'd have to overthrow
    The Welsh already tried in Argentina in Patagonia. Once they'd cleared, settled the area on their own, and were an established, stable colony, the Argentinian Government reneged on their promise to leave them alone and moved in

    from BBC website
    Patagonia: The little Wales 8,000 miles away
    By the turn of the 20th century, with the Welsh having established a European presence in Patagonia, the Argentine government stepped in, said "muchos gracias", took over direct control and extinguished the Welsh people's governmental and educational autonomy. Ironically, this happened just as the Welsh language was being grudgingly allowed into the education system back in Wales where, now, a quarter of all children attend Welsh-medium schools.


    © BBC
    In Patagonia, direct rule meant the end of Welsh in local government and in the schools, and the beginning of a flood of Spanish and other European immigration which quickly made the Welsh a minority in the colony that they had founded.
    I don't know what the Welsh were thinking actually trusting Argentinians to keep their word and leave them to be autonomous.

    You'd have to literally "buy" a swathe of remote land completely from some cash-desperate tinpot country to create a new nation on.

    Taking control of Tasmania, or the South Island of New Zealand, then seceding and starting a racialist colony, is a pleasant day dream. Islands are hard to get at and easy to defend. Immediate establishment of a Nuclear Deterrent comes to mind also (following Israel's example), though "damned if you do, damned if you don't"

    Even surviving just a few generations might be enough to start a fire. Just long enough to put roots down, and break the cycle of control that the Liberal West exercises on thought, spirit and body.

    There'd definitely be no popular culture in my country.

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    Never seen the full version of Watership Down.

    Seen clips but it upsets me.

    There's another film too about a couple of dogs that escape from a laboratory. Only seen a clip of that, maybe Richard Briers voice again, but even so, I think that'd upset me more than anything.

    Felt a bit gutted at the end of the Last Samurai too.

    Most disturbing film I've ever seen, 8mm. :O

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    I get all emotional about the music and landscapes as well as the plot and character interaction.
    I saw The Last Unicorn in the theater and was terrified of the red bull for weeks(I was five years old). I felt so sorry for the unicorn having learned sorrow.

    The Dark Crystal. It got me so hard as a child that I stil tear up at times.

    Watership Down. It is not sutable for very young children. Good adult themes.

    The Crow. "Someday all things will be fair and there will be wonderful surprises. I truely do belive this."J O'Bar-The Crow(My favorite fantasy for grownups.)

    Lord of the Rings. The cinamatoggraphy and score are moving on their own.

    Blade Runner. The Origami unicorn at the end. Chicken(animal) Man Unicorn. The tragedy of mortality. The ascencien of a person. People can be more than what they come from.

    Beowulf and Grendel. I was never that sympathetic to both Beowulf and Grendel at the same time.

    Awakenings. I can not add anything that has not been said.

    The unbearable lightness of being. How they managed to make a life if such a turbulent time.

    Suburbia. The punk movie from 1984 not the comedy. When the girl is returned to her b****** of a father always gets me.

    Henry & June when Anis Nin and Henry Miller realize that June is realy gone.

    Serenity. 'I dont need to beat you I just want to go my way'
    Also the Firefly DVD Go browncoats!!

    Rob Roy. Most of it. It felt more intamite than Braveheart and was more poiniant because of it.I forget the exact line but when he says 'raise him as my son'.

    Braveheart. Ummm. All of it.

    Dances with Wolves. Kevin Costner as the good white man. His relationship with the wolf was particularly touching.

    Last of the Mochicans. I liked the movie so much that the soundtrack was playing when my daughter was born. The visuals make me tear up. My family is from upstate NY and even though it was filmed in the carolinas it looks like upstate.

    Mirrormask. A teenage girl goes on a heroes quest to save her mother. I remember how I felt when I was a teenager and had family health emergincies.

    The Last Samurai was good. The whole last of its kind movie pulls my heartstrings. Ie last unicorn, last of the mochicans, dances w/ wolves, LOTR elves and 'high' men etc.

    Platoon. One of my dads favorite movies. The kind that would have him sing 'paint it black' afterwards.

    When we were Soldiers. One of the best vietnam war movies ever made.

    Codetalkers. Honor, valor, sioux what more could you ask of a WWII movie.

    The biography of Lenard Peltier. America has P.O.W.s too.

    I liked the visuals and the viking prayer in 13th warrior but was pissed at alot of it.

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    Romeo + Juliet (1996)

    Shakespeare's famous play is updated to the hip modern suburb of Verona still retaining its original dialogue. The gun-toting members of the families wage a vicious war on the streets as the star-crossed lovers, their tragic destiny.

    Summary written by Alexander Lum

    Classic story of Romeo and Juliet, set in a modern-day city of Verona Beach. The Montagues and Capulets are two feuding families, whose children meet and fall in love. They have to hide their love from the world because they know that their parents will not allow them to be together. There are obstacles on the way, like Juliet's cousin, Tybalt, and Romeo's friend Mercutio, and many fights. But although it is set in modern times, it is still the same timeless story of the "star crossed lovers".

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    In Verona Beach there lives two families. The Montagues and the Capulets. Among these two families are two teenagers, Juliet Capulet and Romeo Montague. One night, Flugencio Capulet decides to have a party. Romeo, being in love with Capulet's niece Rosaline, goes along dressed as the boy King Arthur. That's where he sees Juliet Capulet as an angel ("Did my heart love till now:forswear it sight, for I ne'er saw true beauty till this night.") they fall in love instantly only to find out that they are enemies. Tybalt has seen Romeo at the party and vows to pay him back. That night, Romeo decides to see Juliet again. He sneaks into the Capulet yard. By the pool. Juliet sees him. They 'Met, they wooed and exchange of vow'. The next day Romeo tells the nurse, the only one that knows of their secret love, that Juliet shall be married at the hour of 9. Meanwhile Tybalt has found Mercutio they start to until Romeo drives up. Tybalt kicks him viciously. Then Mercutio, not being able to stand it comes over. Romeos sees Mercutio almost kill Tybalt. He goes between them. Tybalt tries to stab Romeo with a shard of glass but gets Mercutio. Mercutio dies, and Romeo wreaks revenge.

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    I look this film by 25 or 30, and always i cry, always!!!
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    I recently cried hard with The Wind that Shakes the Barley

    Ireland, 1920. Damien and Teddy are brothers. But while the latter is already the leader of a guerrilla squad fighting for the independence of his motherland, Damien, a medical student at University College, would rather finish his training at the London hospital where he has found a place. However, shortly before his departure, he happens to witness atrocities committed by the ferocious Black and Tans and finally decides to join the resistance group led by Teddy. The two brothers fight side by side until a truce is signed. Bur peace is short-lived and when England imposes a treaty regarded unfair by a part of the population war resumes, this time pitting Irishmen against Irishmen, brothers against brothers, Teddy against Damien...
    I have also cried a river with

    In the Name of the Father

    A small time theif from Belfast, Gerry Conlon, is falsely implicated in the IRA bombing of a pub that kills several people while he is in London. Bullied by the British police, he and four of his friends are coerced into confessing their guilt. Gerry's father and other relatives in London are also implicated in the crime. He spends 14 years in prison with his father trying to prove his innocence with the help of a British attorney, Gareth Peirce. Based on a true story.

    Based on the true story of Gerry Conlon, a Belfast youth who - along with family members and friends - was wrongly convicted of bombing two pubs outside of London. A story about the relationship between a father and his son who fought for justice to clear his father's name.
    I remember I was young when I saw it in the movies, my father could not stop me from crying & sobbing uncontrollably for hours..

    I also can't stop the flow with:

    Nuovo cinema Paradiso

    Der Himmel über Berlin

    The Red Violin

    The Seventh Seal

    The Last Emperor

    and many more I can't remember right now. I cry easily.

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