I have watched a very sad film which has been recommended to me by my friend. He cried over the film and said he couldn't accept what the characters had been destined for.
Surprisingly, I didn't cry over it even though I admit I was deeply saddened. I just can't cry and be passionately carried away like the way he did. He was even outraged at how I managed to not cry even if the film is really sad.
Now I think something's wrong with me. People say people who cry are strong. Does that make people who don't cry weak?
The movie was Clannad. Like I said, it was sad all thoughout
Definitely a must-watch
Most Helpful Guy
Not at all. Maybe you were just not so deep into the mindset of the movie.
People who cry in movies/books, etc, usually place themselves into the minds of the characters, and imagine their whole life as a character in all details. By doing this, they are able to feel the emotions of the characters and sometimes a tear might pop up.
Otherwise we don't feel so attached to those movies, or are in a different mindset, and it's just sad scenes like we watch in the news everyday and do nothing about it. It's about to do with both our state of mind while watching it, (also past experiences, and how recent they were that relate to the story) and the way the movie is presented. Some movies are master pieces in making people cry, others.. not so much. It's not so much about the story, as much as how it is delivered.
Can you please tell us which movies they were? I'm curious here.1
Most Helpful Girl
It's incredibly strong to be able to hold back tears it shows you are strong enough that you don't let small things bringyou down1