10 most heartbreaking films
Movies force people to experience all kinds of feelings: joy and to grief. While life itself presents a variety of human emotional experiences, on-screen artistic events make the audience experience, tend to be larger, bolder and brighter. The success of any film depends on how effectively it manages to cause a person to empathize Show events.
Recently, the website IMDB filmography largest in the world conducted a survey of what the movie people think the saddest or most depressing. According to the announcement was a rating, which included 10 of the most heartbreaking films.
Of course, most people like to watch comedy - they make us laugh, and generally have a good end. But life does not consist of comedies, life is out of balance situations "white stripe, a black stripe."
10. Toy Story: The Great Escape (2010).
If you have not seen this cartoon, you're probably wondering why the charming Disney movie included in the list of the most heart-rending. In fact, though, Disney was not used to make films with a sad ending, "Toy Story 3" is considered to be a film having one of the saddest endings of works by Disney.
9. Hachiko: The most loyal friend (2009).
In general, people in the movies they see on the screen people die - but when an animal is suffering, emotional person experiences a lot more. The story of Hachiko is based on real events and tells about Professor Parker, who comes to the station, accidentally sees cute puppy Akita Inu and decides to pick it up yourself. Every day, the faithful dog escorts and meets his master at the train station. And even after the death of Professor Hachiko is so faithful to the owner that has 10 years of dog comes every day to the station in the hope that the owner will come back.
8. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (2008).
"The Boy in the Striped Pajamas" tragic disaster film, which tells the story of Bruno, the son of a high-ranking Nazi officer who was appointed in charge of the camp. Bruno and his family live next door to the camp. Bruno here became friends with a boy named Shmuel, which is contained in a concentration camp inmate and wearing clothes. The film ends tragically when Bruno himself wears clothes prisoner to help his friend, and the two boys eventually die in the gas chamber.
7. Marley & Me (2008).
For those who had to make a very hard decision to euthanize your pet. Dog Marley sick and the only solution is for the family of his euthanasia. At a time when Jennifer Aniston Marley puts at the rear of the vehicle in order to send him to die - it is impossible to hold back the tears.
6. The Lost Flight (2006).
The film was released after the horrific September 11 attacks. Actual events that occurred on Flight 93 in the film and remain a mystery, but this film tries to shed light on the last moments of the life of the passengers of the tragic flight. The film was made in collaboration with the families of the victims, and was one of the most critically acclaimed films in 2006.
5. Million Dollar Baby (2004).
The last part of the 2004 film "Million Dollar Baby" shows the uphill battle with no hope for a happy ending. As a professional boxer, Maggie (played by Hilary Swank) is paralyzed. She begs coach Frankie (played by Clint Eastwood), kill it. In the end, he gives her a lethal dose of adrenaline.
4. Requiem for a Dream (2000).
Many people say that the "Requiem for a Dream" is one of those movies that can be viewed only once, it will never want to watch again. This is because the ending of the film is probably one of the most oppressive in the history of cinema and leaves the viewer speechless, he does not know what to do with my life.
3. Life is Beautiful (1997).
"Life is Beautiful" tells the story of a Jewish bookstore owner Guido, who uses his imagination to shield his son from the horrors of Joshua Nazi concentration camp. He convinces Joshua, it's all a game, and that in the game you need to earn a thousand points, and then he will win. In the end, the Americans freed the prisoners in a concentration camp, and Joshua is reunited with his mother.
2. The Green Mile (1999).
The audience and the characters know that the murder of the hero of the film Coffey Negro symbolizes one of the all too frequent and the most appalling injustices in the world.
1. Grave of the Fireflies (1988).
Japanese cartoon "Grave of the Fireflies" was released in 1988 and tells the story of 14-year-old boy named Saito, and his younger sister Setsuko who were orphaned during the Second World War and the struggle for survival. Setsuko dies from malnutrition, and then die and Saito in a few weeks from exhaustion. It is a grim, heavy history, hidden in a beautiful animation.
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