20 Films Which Force Men to Cry
The authoritative British magazine of BBC News Magazine has published a rating of 20 films which can squeeze out avaricious tear at a strong half of mankind. The rating has been made on the basis of responses of televises about films which generated at them the strongest emotional reactions.
The authoritative British magazine of BBC News Magazine has published a rating of 20 films which can squeeze out avaricious tear at a strong half of mankind. The rating has been made on the basis of responses of televises about films which generated at them the strongest emotional reactions
1. “The lord of rings – Returning of the king”. Andy Bishop, the inhabitant from Kent, has written that constantly sobs during a final scene of farewell of protagonists.
2. “Runaway from Shoushenk” beats on Chris Mettli’s emotions from the Lincoln – he always dreamed of such friendship which is shown in a film.
3. “Upwards” – during viewing of this cartoon film, Steve from the Canadian province British Columbia writes, all its relatives, except the father-in-law, “because it an android” break into tears.
4. The tragical end of a film “Flight over a nest of a cuckoo” upsets Mike from Essex.
5. “A gauze and I”, mark Chris Hennessi from Manchester, causes a stream of tears on its cheeks only at one mention of this film, in which protagonist – a dog. Probably, because he is a dog breeder.
6. Kif Ejstorp remembers, being the young soldier watched at a cinema a film “Champion” together with all platoon. All hall cried.
7. A certain Bean during a film Nicolas Sparksa’s “Notebook” has burst out crying at the top of the voice. And it is unimportant that during that moment it was in salon of the plane filled with people.
8. The film “Bejb” about a small pig touches for Chris’s soul from Great Britain.
9. “A field of its dream” – that film, which unknown inhabitant of American Winchesters reconsiders again and again. He Also didn’t cry until at it the daughter wasn’t born.
10. “My father cried only two times in the life one of which was at film viewing” Fiery chariots “, – Lorin Makkonnell from Tauntona writes.
The list of the most touching films included also “Railway children”, the Finnish documentary film about saunas of “life Pairs”, a cartoon film of 1941 “Night before Christmas” about Tom and Jerry, “Anger”, “Mary Poppins”, “Life is fine”, “the Bridge in Terabitiju”, “Green mile”, “My dog life” and is “sincere, mad, strong”