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July 12, 2020 3:38 am  #711


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

Speaking of Haunting of Hill House though, there's female crying. Kate Seigel has an impressive scream-sobbing scene near the end of ep 3, around the 45 minute mark. She cries again about five minutes later talking to her hookup.

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July 15, 2020 5:14 am  #712


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

Season 4 Episode 1 of Riverdale has a ton of crying scenes by Archie including a sweet albeit short and dark sobbing scene at the end of the episode. He’s essentially in some form of tears pretty much the entire episode. Worth a watch for sure!


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July 15, 2020 5:36 am  #713


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Not a crying scene per se, but in ep 5-6 of Good Omens, David Tennant as demon Crowley says 'I lost my best friend' and his voice shakes just a little bit and his face looks just a little bit anguished.

And now that I know what an incredibly talented actor (and crier) Michael Sheen is, I really really want to see him as Aziraphale crying. 


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July 22, 2020 12:43 am  #714


Re: Crying Scenes Directory

Tom Payne cries a little at the climax of Prodigal Son's pilot episode, his eyes fill with tears at about the 11 minute mark in episode 4, and they spill down his face in beautiful closeup in the last five minutes of the episode. The premise is that his father is a serial killer (played by Michael Sheen, doing fantastic serial-killer eyes) in prison, with whom he has a kind of Clarice/Hannibal relationship. I suspect these won't be the only times Tom gets teary. 

I'm also crossing my fingers for Michael to eventually cry. Genuine tears or manipulative ones, I don't care, as long as he makes it believable. Given Michael's talent, I'm sure he can do it.

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July 22, 2020 4:40 am  #715


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Phoebe - I posted this on a Michael Sheen discussion regarding his crying in Beautiful Boy. If you want to see him cry..."Yes! He absolutely cries in Beautiful Boy. Definitely worth it. His wife finds him in a motel, and he cries into her shoulder, then she gets him up to leave and he sobs into her shoulder there. Then as they are walking out, she supports him and he sobs audibly as they walk to the door. Amazing scene. There are a lot of good scenes in there...and definitely a lot of crying from the wife, but when he finally breaks down, it is heartbreaking! They took it off of YouTube and I had PAID for it - so I cannot find it. If you can, please post it for me! Thanks. Happy hunting." Hope that helps. I will also try to find ANOTHER movie he did where he has Tourette's, and there is a sweet quick crying scene with the woman who played Moaning Myrtle in Harry Potter.  
 

 

July 22, 2020 7:26 pm  #716


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Oh and in episode 6 around the 28 minute mark, Michael Sheen's breath hitches a little as he's talking to his daughter. Yay!


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July 22, 2020 7:27 pm  #717


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missyjdma wrote:

Phoebe - I posted this on a Michael Sheen discussion regarding his crying in Beautiful Boy. If you want to see him cry..."Yes! He absolutely cries in Beautiful Boy. Definitely worth it. His wife finds him in a motel, and he cries into her shoulder, then she gets him up to leave and he sobs into her shoulder there. Then as they are walking out, she supports him and he sobs audibly as they walk to the door. Amazing scene. There are a lot of good scenes in there...and definitely a lot of crying from the wife, but when he finally breaks down, it is heartbreaking! They took it off of YouTube and I had PAID for it - so I cannot find it. If you can, please post it for me! Thanks. Happy hunting." Hope that helps. I will also try to find ANOTHER movie he did where he has Tourette's, and there is a sweet quick crying scene with the woman who played Moaning Myrtle in Harry Potter.  
 

Thank you! I will see what I can find. 


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July 22, 2020 7:56 pm  #718


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It's available to rent on Amazon Prime for $2-3


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July 28, 2020 12:18 am  #719


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Bill Pullman has a very  nice sobbing  scene at the end of episode 8 ( season 1, Jamie ) in The Sinner while being comforted. He s also tearing up at 28:00 minutes into the episode while he s talking to Matt Bomer.
Matt Bomer also sheds a lot of tears in the first episode at around 20:22 minutes trying to seem as if he lost his mind. He wipes his nose on the back of his t shirt at some point. The series are on Netflix

I found an article where Bill Pullman is explaining the character's reasons for breaking down like that

 https://za.opera.news/za/en/entertainment/2e1f18a179e49e1cdc384306645d8d44?news_entry_id=72a442c6200703en_za

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July 30, 2020 7:44 pm  #720


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*season 3
I'll have to check that out. I watched season 1 with Jessica Biel, and that was interesting in a quiet way.


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