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    Quote Originally Posted by ZPowers View Post
    What about sad documentary?
    Nope. I can be extremely moved, experience empathy, but it doesn't bring me to tears.

    *i should probably note that it takes a lot to trigger crying in general, and I have a personal, ingrained aversion to it, as I am./shrug
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    The Plague Dogs. It makes Bambi look like a romantic comedy.

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    I've always been pretty detached and there aren't any movies that I can recall making me cry per se, maybe moved by the story line, like Schindler's list, Life is beautiful, The Pianist are a few that come to mind. ISFP ex used to be upset at violence/gore and call me insensitive.

    However, I've had a number of unspecified occasions where a movie scene would induce emotional recall including watery eyes, which, I speculate, is out of resonance with unconscious memories, that get slightly revived/stirred up. This could be any movie, and not necessarily just a very sad one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    However, I've had a number of unspecified occasions where a movie scene would induce emotional recall including watery eyes, which, I speculate, is out of resonance with unconscious memories, that get slightly revived/stirred up. This could be any movie, and not necessarily just a very sad one.
    I think I know what you mean. I don't even understand it. Like the end of David Lynch's mulholland drive got me all sad and shit. I don't know why. It's not a depressing movie. There was just something positive and absurd about it, at the end.

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    never cried during a movie yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    The Plague Dogs. It makes Bambi look like a romantic comedy.
    Yup.

    Just thinking about it gets me down.

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    I remember watching the return of the king a year ago after a party. When Amon Amarth, exploded I felt emotionally overwhelmed looking at the faces of Gandalf & the gang expecting Frodo and Sam to have given their lives. I guess my way of crying includes an awkward chuckle while tearing up.

    The only other time I can bring myself to remember that I had such a powerful reaction to something I watched, was probably when I was enjoying the show Angel and Fred got hollowed out by one of the old gods. But that was rather caused of me already being imbalanced and it resembled a panic attack more.

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    I think (emphasis in think; I'm not sure if what I rmember is correct or not) when I was a real little kid, I may have cried while watching The Land Before Time (the original, none of that wretched sequel bull shit); the scene where Little Foot's mother dies.

    Beyond that, I don't think any movie I have ever watched has ever brought me to tears. I have watched Schindler's List and Grave of the Fireflies, and although while saddening to the heart, I did not weep once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    The Plague Dogs. It makes Bambi look like a romantic comedy.
    I was very fascinated - because scared - by 'Watership Down' as a child. I saw 'The Plague Dogs' as a child, too, but my memory of it was much weaker. Today I hold both films in rather high esteem.

    The music is quite effective as well:



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