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September 12, 2019 4:48 pm  #1


Portugesse tv series - A impostora

I found this show recently by trying to find some updates on crying with Diogo Infante, a well known Portugesse  actor that i posted before in the videos section. There are some nice crying scenes overall with other male actors as well.
 This one for example is focused on a guy taking photographs of his daughter being born as her mother is dying. . He's shown sobbing as he is then overcome with sadness (he's filmed in great detail).

https://tviplayer.iol.pt/programa/a-impostora/563a1cec0cf2d6880f5c742b/episodio/t2e260     The crying part starts at 27:02 and the sobbing starts at 30:00)

His name is Diogo Amaral.

Last edited by psychic_girl (September 12, 2019 4:52 pm)


“To weep is to make less the depth of grief.”
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September 12, 2019 10:35 pm  #2


Re: Portugesse tv series - A impostora

Omg ! I found another sobbing scene of this actor. The angles on his face while he is crying are amazing. As the clip progresses there's another crying scene with Diogo Infante consoling his daughter after her loss. 
https://tvstoryoficialportugaltv.blogspot.com/2017/08/a-impostora-episodio-271-30-08-2017.html ( the beginning and the next scene )


 https://tvstoryoficialportugaltv.blogspot.com/2017/08/a-impostora-episodio-270-29-08-2017.html ( at 24:48)

 https://tvstoryoficialportugaltv.blogspot.com/2017/08/a-impostora-episodio-269-28-08-2017.html ( at 30:28)

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September 13, 2019 12:35 am  #3


Re: Portugesse tv series - A impostora

This one has the most crying and the most realistic i have seen in a movie by an actor. This episode is about the death of the character's son in an accident.

https://tvi.iol.pt/aimpostora/episodios/rodrigo-quer-fazer-justica-com-as-proprias-maos/5857df9e0cf2ca86cdd05c81
( at 00:30 there's a friend of him consoling him on finding out the bad news and reassuring him he's going to find out who set up to  kill his children )
at 05:00 ,this is where he tells his daughter about the death  of her brothers, he's holding on in the beggining of the scene but as it progresses he starts crying and his face flushes a lot, the scene continues at around  9:30 )
At 21:35 there's another scene with Diogo Amaral. He's sad about becoming blind. I find his crying very subdued this time but then it progresses as well as he starts sobbing after she embraces him.  It's so beautiful. This scene continues at 30:03 with more tears streaming down.

And then this one, i really think it's one of the best i've seen so far. It starts at 38:57 where is more subdued and it continues at 44:00 where he starts sobbing with lots of tears. I really like the fact they don't hide anything as far as crying goes.
At 53:22 there's another short sobbing scene and again at 59:30



 

Last edited by psychic_girl (September 13, 2019 12:54 am)


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