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August 24, 2020 5:58 am  #731


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

Hi all...Hey, PhoebeonthePhone...I tried to find the scenes in "The Sinner" and Netflix has it - but only two seasons; Julian and Cora. I scoured both seasons for those scenes with no luck. Has Netflix not gotten season three yet? Or is there someplace else I can find scenes? Do you have them? Let me know! BTW - if you get a chance, I strongly suggest everyone watch The Umbrella Academy. LOTS of tears, male and female...my favorite is episode five of season one. Klaus (The Seance/Number Four) has just lost his lover in Vietnam when he is zapped back to present time - and he is a MESS. Robert Sheehan honestly is a phenomenal actor - and those Irish Baby Blues witth tears swimming in them are HOT! I'll try to see if I can locate the scene, but I do know for sure it is on Netflix! Enjoy! ;)

 

August 24, 2020 12:14 pm  #732


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

I'm sure this has been shared before and I'm late to the party, but the Vampire Diaries and its spinoffs, namely the Originals and Legacies, have a plethora of crying scenes from a vast array of characters, both female and male.

 

August 26, 2020 10:57 am  #733


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

missyjdma wrote:

Hi all...Hey, PhoebeonthePhone...I tried to find the scenes in "The Sinner" and Netflix has it - but only two seasons; Julian and Cora. I scoured both seasons for those scenes with no luck. Has Netflix not gotten season three yet? Or is there someplace else I can find scenes? Do you have them? Let me know! BTW - if you get a chance, I strongly suggest everyone watch The Umbrella Academy. LOTS of tears, male and female...my favorite is episode five of season one. Klaus (The Seance/Number Four) has just lost his lover in Vietnam when he is zapped back to present time - and he is a MESS. Robert Sheehan honestly is a phenomenal actor - and those Irish Baby Blues witth tears swimming in them are HOT! I'll try to see if I can locate the scene, but I do know for sure it is on Netflix! Enjoy! ;)

I saw the scene in the last episode of the third season, the one called Jamie ( it's in the last minutes of the episode). I saw it on netflix as well 2 months ago. It s strange you say it isn t there anymore..
 


“To weep is to make less the depth of grief.”
― William Shakespeare
 

August 31, 2020 9:56 pm  #734


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

The movie "Knives Out" has two or three really nice crying scenes from the character Marta (sorry, don't know the name of the actress).

"Thrill of the Kill" has a few beautiful crying scenes from the female lead. This one's really nice as the first time she cries, it's a tease, her eyes nicely fill with tears but nothing comes out, but then, towards the end of the movie, she has beautiful, unchecked tears flowing down her face.

 

September 20, 2020 12:58 am  #735


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

There are a few brief crying scenes from Bill Skarsgard And Tom Holland in The Devil All the Time. Bill Skarsgard makes some nice crying sounds at some point when the character's wife is dying. His beautiful green eyes are also shown in close up.


“To weep is to make less the depth of grief.”
― William Shakespeare
 

September 20, 2020 8:18 pm  #736


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

Ooh I'm in! Can you point me to approximately where in the movie those scenes happen?


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September 21, 2020 9:23 pm  #737


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

PhoebeOnThePhone wrote:

Ooh I'm in! Can you point me to approximately where in the movie those scenes happen?

I'll try to narrate them a little bit so before reading know that this is a spoiler of the film.

Bill Skarsgard - at 25: 30 he finds out his wife has cancer and he goes out of the house to cry( he does it with the back turned at the camera ). Then at 25: 45 there s a scene where he leads his son to his secret praying place and he gets teary while praying but no tears are shown streaming down. AT 27: 21 he s in the same spot but it s night, he bows his head and again no tears are shown but his voice is pretty indicative of cryingbecause he s sniffing (again, the scene is so brief that you can barely get the cues). At 27: 40 there s the scene where they sit by the woman's bed side, there s another brief take of his sad demeanor ( just teary eyes). At 29 :16 there s a scene in the same praying spot as before after he sacrificed his son's dog. His son is extremely mad at him for doing so. He s more desperate in this one and his voice is again cracking and his nose is rather red, his eyes flushed ( but that's too brief to say exactly)
Holland - at 1: 34: 11 His eyes are very flushed with tears while talking to his uncle before leaving him and his grandmother. He holds the tears back, though, and the scene is too short. At 1:40:00 he threatens the reverend played by Rober Pattinson with a gun and he tears up again in the heat of the moment.
At 2:10 :00 just before the film ends he s recalling the events he has gone through the narrative  and his eyes well with tears, this time his face is shown in a close up.

Conclusion : Cowboys don't cry that much and we can witness this as well all through the film, there's this scene where the boy starts praying and his father played by Skarsgard warns him not to shed any tears while doing so. So the rule is to be tough and hold back as much as you can untill you are alone enough to let yourself go. I like the fact that on another ocasion the character played by Skarsgard actually is more at ease with crying as long as no one is watching him.
I hope my descriptions where helpful and i apologize for spoiling some key moments in the film.
 

Last edited by psychic_girl (September 21, 2020 9:32 pm)


“To weep is to make less the depth of grief.”
― William Shakespeare
 

September 24, 2020 8:41 pm  #738


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

Thank you so much!


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