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Crying Videos » Male actors crying » May 26, 2023 7:28 pm

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A younger James Woods breaks down in this one at 21:20:00

And gets teary in this one at 16 :40

Crying Discussion » Crying Scenes Directory » May 26, 2023 5:08 pm

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Robert de Niro has a very sweet crying moment in New York, New York at around 2:05 00 being comforted by Liza Minneli. His character looks as if he is embarrassed by crying and he tries to hide it somehow.

Crying Discussion » Crying on cue: stories behind the scene » May 26, 2023 5:03 pm

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She has plenty of crying scenes in Midsommar as her character suffers from depression.

Crying Discussion » scared of being hated because of this fetish » May 26, 2023 5:00 pm

To me having this fetish is like a break from a taboo about guys and over time I noticed that some guys I knew didn't feel bothered at all about it as long as It's not even sexual. It's a strange sort of emotional and intellectual stimulation of the whole process of seeing a man in tears, something I often see indirectly through artistic means. So why should it be shameful after all ? I haven't hurt anyone, nor exploited anyone in order to get this response so I don't think it's something I should feel any shame for.

Crying Videos » Jackie Chan -New Police Story » May 25, 2023 5:59 pm

It's a film about a cop who goes through some traumatic experiences. There are a lot of scenes in which he is sobbing with guilt or anguish and even if it's mostly an action film the dramatic scenes are very well done. (At 33:23 he is sobbing after his team of young cops got killed by a band of psychos, at 44:04 he's shown crying after his girlfriend tries to get him to talk about his trauma at 51:30 he sobs at the police station feeling shame and guilt,at 1:25:00 he starts crying when his girlfriend tells him to save himselfand he is also tearful at the end of the film when he proposes to her)

Crying Videos » Finally Owen Wilson... » May 10, 2023 9:17 pm

I've been waiting a long time to see him shed some tears and finally things have been starting to move in that direction. ( he tears up at 1:36 while trying hard not do it)

Crying Videos » Ed sheerans documentary? » May 10, 2023 8:19 pm

It's in the second episode of the show, the one named Loss. He starts sobbing a little bit remembering how he struggled with anxiety over the loss of his friend. The scene starts with him looking a bit distraught, he tries to contain himself but he can't and he bursts into tears  two times. The tears aren't very visible but his face is flushed all through that part. ( pause at 11:30)

Crying Discussion » Help/advice » April 21, 2023 7:43 pm

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Ella wrote:

Thank you all so much for your kind words. It's helpful to hear your perspectives and correct how this has all sort of mentally shifted for me now as I compartmentalize.

Obviously there's so many angles to this thing I'm dealing with right now, in addition to the basic grieving/loneliness:
-funeral planning, legal legwork
-trying to be there for my devastated children (junior high and elementary aged)
-worries about the future and going forward as a single parent on only one income

These are all things everyone is aware of and therefore wanting to help me with, and then there's this other little thing on my mind that they don't know and I definitely CAN'T talk about with anyone except you guys. Which is why I posted. Part of me feels like this is karmic, I'm getting what I deserve for all these years avoiding crying myself whilst scouring the internet for my guilty pleasure of watching others crying.

I'm so sorry for your loss and I hope your soul will gradually mend until you can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
I think you shouldn't feel guilty about the way you experience mourning or any other raw emotion. I was told too at 14 years old that I hadn't loved my grandma that much because I hadn't cried at her funeral as it was expected.
I used to cry at home at night but during the day I didn't feel like it for some reason because some particular state of pain about loss only popped up in the evening or at night. It was just a bit strange but over the years I realized that the evenings and the nights were the special moments when she would read me stories and then later on I would read to her or we would talk about various things after midnight. That was when the realization of her death struck me the most and during the day my school concerns or other things will tone it down. Maybe it was that Ihad to pass an important exam that year and I still had to stay focused on studying and my mind found ways to cope with loss and anguish.

Crying Discussion » Crying Scenes Directory » April 20, 2023 9:57 am

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Nick Smyth has a beautiful long crying scene in The Last Resort (a film about the love story between two terminally ill patients at a hospice)  followed by another one at the end in which his face is shown in a close-up while tears fall unchecked from his eyes. The film is very nicely filmed and Nick Smyth has other teary or sad scenes all throughout. His crying is rather serious and dignified, he isn't sobbing or making dramatic sounds but I can't think of any other movie in which he cries, as to know more.

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