There's an excellent male crying scene by Robert Carlyle in the movie "Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing and Charm School". It ranks among my most favorite crying scenes ever, despite the fact that you can't actually see much in the way of tears on his face. His quiet sobbing and heartbroken expression are spot on, and when a female classmate hands him a tissue, he clutches her hand as if he's trying not to drown in his own sadness, still quivering with emotion.
Sadly, there's not a decent quality vid of this particular scene on youtube, although there is a really crappy one, complete with large red letters blocking the view of the actors that you can find here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5xIfO2HZ7o&feature=related He starts looking emotional at about 30 seconds in, and sits down to cry at about 1:30
There's a slightly better quality male crying scene from the same movie, also by Robert Carlyle, here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lr8NQZD8R6Q Crying stuff begins at about 7:50.
And, for those of you who like female crying, Marisa Tomei's character loses it a little in this vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1UzgRQlfsc Crying begins at about 5:10. It's not much, but I thought it was a rather sweet moment, complete with Robert Carlyle's character comforting her. Again, the quality truly sucks.
For those of you who have Netflix, this movie is available online, and I recommend it. My personal favorite scene is at about 20 minutes in. The other scenes are at about one hour and five minutes (Robert Carlyle), and one hour and thirty three minutes (Marisa Tomei).
Last edited by thedreamer (December 7, 2011 4:29 am)