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10 sad movies for when you need a cry

10 sad movies for when you need a cry Sad movies about love and more (collage: RBC-Ukraine)

Sometimes there comes a moment when you really want to cry and be alone with your thoughts. Movies with intriguing plots and incredible stories can help you in this.

RBC-Ukraine suggests what to watch for those who want to cry. In the selection, you will find films to suit every taste.

Me Before You (2016)

This melodrama starring Emilia Clarke will make you feel the full spectrum of emotions. You'll start by laughing, and then you'll find it hard to hold back the tears. The love story will touch even those who don't believe in true feelings.

The Vow (2012)

This drama featuring Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams tells the story of a couple in love whose lives are changed by a car accident. The protagonist's fiancée loses her memory, and he tries to rekindle love in her heart. Watch the film to find out how it unfolds, as spoilers would definitely spoil everything.

Seven Pounds (2008)

A film starring Will Smith, Seven Pounds, tells the story of a man who is involved in a horrific accident. He realizes that his carelessness has taken the lives of seven people. The main character then tries to rectify the situation, but it proves to be quite challenging.

The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

This melodrama tells the story of a girl undergoing treatment for cancer. She meets a boy with whom she instantly falls in love. However, few can anticipate how it will all end.

The Notebook (2004)

This film starring McAdams and Ryan Gosling is considered a "classic" choice for those who want to shed some tears. The love story that was not meant to be eternal can certainly break your heart. Get ready for unexpected plot twists.

The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (2008)

This film is considered heavy and quite challenging. It will not only make you cry but also evoke deep emotions for the characters in the story. The film depicts the meeting of two worlds - a boy from a concentration camp and his peer whose father was involved in the oppression.

What Dreams May Come (1998)

This legendary film starring Robin Williams tells a fantastic story. The main character and his wife lose their children in an accident, and then their lives turn into a living hell. The husband's suffering doesn't even end when he dies.

Hachiko: A Dog's Tale (2009)

An incredibly heart-wrenching story about loyalty that is unlikely to leave anyone indifferent. Hachiko, the dog, will make you believe that animals can be the best friends and will remain so forever.

A Dog's Way Home (2019)

Another touching film that will certainly appeal to animal lovers. Bella, the four-legged protagonist, spent almost her entire life with her owner, but then she accidentally gets lost. However, she doesn't give up and decides to find her way back to her owner, no matter the cost.

Life Is beautiful (1997)

This Italian tragicomedy received much acclaim and tells the story of a father and son who find themselves in a concentration camp. The man goes to great lengths to protect his child, and to do so, he invents a game.