Recommend to me the most depressing film you've ever seen.
That doco about the disabled kids in Ukraine or wherever it is. It's on youtube somebody link that shit.
Dogville. Not so much because the ending isn't satisfying. It's SUPER satisfying. It's because after the ending you realized what you just cheered for: The methodical destruction of a saintly personality, and its conversion into something cruel and vindictive, over the course of fucking hours.
Like, holy shit. Watch Dogville.
The Factory with John Cusack. Excellent movie that will leave you upset as shit.
Oh, and Seven. My dad watched Seven and I had to start waking up early ass in the morning every day so we could read scriptures as a family.
The War Zone.
At a public screening of this movie during the 1999 Toronto International Film Festival, one viewer was so upset and devastated that he rose to his feet and shouted that he couldn't take any more, then headed for the exit, intending to pull the fire alarm. Tim Roth, who was in attendance, intercepted him at the door, and it took 20 minutes of intense conversation to calm the man down.
According to director Tim Roth the bunker scene was so difficult to film that the sound man almost ruined a take by crying into his microphone. Ray Winstone also found acting the scene upsetting and nearly left the production because of it.
>A take was nearly ruined in the bunker scene because a soundman kept crying
>the scene was so brutal that Ray Winstone nearly left the production
I'm... I'm too scared too watch it
It's not gory or anything.
There's no jump scares.
It's just really, really, really bleak.
I don't think I've ever heard anyone else talk about it, but it used to be on IFC all the time (which is where I first saw it).
I've never been able to feel anything for movies or documentaries involving human suffering. That animal ones are the ones that get me. I still fear watching War Horse cuz I know something bad's gonna happen to that fucking horse.
This shit hit me hard
Got me depressed for almost a week
I stopped half way through. It was so stupid and forced in so many ways. I react much harder to animal suffering too - for whatever reason - but that fucking horse can go die. So much about that movie was horseshit.
the fault in our stars. Its literally the hospice of movies
i don't know if you guys will laugh at me and call me a pleb, but In Bruges made me upset. I felt bad for Ray even though he was a cunt, in fact I felt for everyone. I thought it was a beautiful film.
that's a sharp downhill since Freaks and Geeks, shit
also, holy shit this is tough to get through
Oh god, some of these films here.
Now I know why most films have to shoehorn in unrealistic happy endings to everything. Because if people are constantly optimistic they won't be able to see all the horrible shit in the world and continue to function normally. Either that or they'll be too apathetic to address real issues in the world.
Jacob's ladder cube
Don't Look Now
Noi the Albino
Night of the Living Dead
Waltz with Bashir
Turtles Can Fly
I felt really shitty afterward
this is the worst thing i have ever seen.
why do we allow this to happen? and yet so much money is wasted on so much fucking shit instead of helping these people
human beings are absolutely the worst
>Not gassing these children
and you call me cruel
>not liking Connelly's fat tits
more like, i don't want them to live on this planet anymore.
Except for that one autistic girl, they all are beyond fixing, they will just have the mist miserable life until they die, just put a bullet in their skull god damnit
Why not euthanize them, like our Führer wanted?
Mental illness- you can't beat it, you can just endure it. Forever.
I knew Like Crazy was going to upset me so I spent the entire first half of the movie mentally reinforcing and removing myself so I wouldn't feel anything. It worked, but doing so was pretty depressing in and of itself
>tfw listening to the radio docucmentary about the girl's life ;_;
pic related, it's her last foot print as she jumped from the bridge
I just watched Pusher 2. I'd say that shit was pretty depressing, and it all looked fairly believable. I don't live in Denmark, but I guess this low-life criminal culture is fairly similar throughout Europe. The movie is just so hopeless sometimes, and Tonny gets humiliated all the time. Like when they didn't let him in the car after the heist, so he had to beg them to give him a lift to the closest bus stop in the luggage compartment.
>Grave of the Fireflies
Children eating rocks so their stomach feels full
>noone even mentioning this
took me months to overcome the depression i got from watching this while being in a shitty emotional state
Why the fuck are GoT threads still up? Show's been over for months. Can't they be closed and sent to /lit/? Lit could use some posts in its' dusty ghosttown and we don't need GoT all day erry day.
In the Director's cut the final scene is him shaving his head. A message of hope as he rallies the whites oncemore to cleanse the neighborhood of filth.
He wasn't crazy you idiot. He was proven right at the end.
Million Dollar Baby
Come and See
Paths of Glory
Just off the top of my head, Warrior isn't that depressing itself but if you've a fucked up family like most of us it can hit you
the inevitably and dark comedy aspects are quite good.
It's about a few fags in Germany as the Nazi regime starts up. It's not the most depressing, but it's up there.
Ian McKellan, not the main character, but his friend, plays an older gay gentleman who at first believes everything's going to pass over, then decides to skip town.
The thing is, the character Ian plays is gay, but he's heard that the Jews just get taken on a train out of the country, so he's pretending to be a Jew.
Then Clive Owen gets sent to a prison camp and falls for some other fag, then he kills himself.
Oslo 31 August
I saw a movie once about two film editors who were having trouble working with both the crazy director and the studio execs. They completely fuck up their lives and it just hit me pretty hard. But I can't remember the name of it and I can't find any hint of what it might be.
You sure it's not an overly dramatic movie?
No I heard it's really good
Probably a tie between:
>My sisters keeper
>12 years a slave
Why do people make this shit
Through a Glass Darkly
The Virgin Spring
The ending was at least kinda optimistic. I mean, his life's still fucked and will obviously have no idea what the fuck to do with a baby, but he's at least decided to try to be a better father than his own. That ending shot of his 'Respect' tattoo is the first time it's not treated as a bad joke.
Pusher 3 ended on a much bleaker note with Milo staring into the empty, ruined pool.
>that entire scene in the church
What I find impressive is how the film is so depressing yet I never feel like they are trying too hard to make me feel depressed. As if everything that is happening in the film is just par for the course and to be expected. Thats what got me.
I know I'm tardy to the party but I just watched this for the first time last night. It hit a little too close to home for my liking. I'm an aspie so I normally don't get emotionally involved in movies but I was getting chest pains while watching this.
Click. I openly wept towards the end of the film, I was inconsolable...
I just couldn't deal with the fact That someone as untalented, and annoying as Adam Sandler is a millionaire.
This isn't depressing. This is so fucking rage inducing.
I'm sad that bitch is dead. I would rape the shit out of her. I mean, how come none of those fuckers demanded the blood of the authorities?
It can also be quite uplifting at times but truly it's disturbing. I'd recommend it to anyone who is sad though
Would watching this be a wise decision if you're especially angered by false accusation stories? I don't mind being depressed by a movie but I don't want to feel like punching the screen the entire run.
The whole point of the slave master played by Cuminhersnatch was that even though he was a decent man, he still owned human beings as objects rather than people and saw them as that all the same as Epps.
Granted, he wasn't as cruel as Epps, but the point stands.
Most slaves actually were pretty content with their lives and were treated surprisingly well for the simple reason that happy slaves worked harder and were less likely to try to run away or stage rebellions than those who were mistreated.
I don't know what all these other posters are talking about, but I'm pretty sure OP just wanted an Amber Heard thread. Let me get this thread back on topic.
I fucking can't stand this goddamn movie. That fucking kid made me want to shoot myself. What a whiny little bitch.
This movie has been getting some hate here on /tv lately but Requiem for a Dream is pretty damn depressing.
and one last picture to really derail the thread
The Poker House with a young JLaw
fucking get ready to weep OP
yeah seeing her kiss that nigger was depressing
For some reason, I find this film incredibly depressing
>Man""You're not the one who has to worry about everything."
>Boy:"YES I AM! I AM THE ONE!"
>Me"STFU, YOU STUPID LITTLE SHIT MOUTH BITCH!"
god i hate that little bitch, can't do shit, always complaining.
Dancer in the Dark
Million Dollar Baby
Dead Poet's Society
House of Sand and Fog
Leaving Las Vegas
The Free Will
He died by torture. How the fuck was he happy at the end?
The Hunt was really hard for me to watch
My uncle spent years training to be a teacher and worked with lots of mentally and physically challenged kids by volunteering at our local hospital.
He was only working fully as a teacher for two years when he was fired because a 5 year old girl ran up and hugged him and her parents complained because they said it was inappropriate that he hugged her back.
He had a massive student debt and couldn't find another job anywhere because of it. The worst part of it was I know for a fact he was Asexual. When he was a kid a group of 5 guys held him down and kicked him so hard in the balls that it fucked his prostate and he could never have kids or get an erection.
He killed himself just over two months ago.
I will never forgive humanity for what they did to my uncle
Finally watched "come and see" and it just, I don't know, it was so in your face "here is why the nazis were bad". Pretty brutal.
Now I just play as allies in every game I own about WW2.
This made me sad for a good couple of weeks.
Although they were both brutal (Soviets and Germans) not because of that you can dismiss the story in "Come & See". Not because Stalin killed more of his own people than Hitler is "C & S" any less true and brutal.
Both Nazis and Bolsheviks were assholes, this movie is about the Nazis being assholes. Only the people suffered.
>Guy posts asking for happy films yesterday because he's watched too many depressing films
>All of the films ITT get posted
>Nobody posts really happy movies to troll the OP
It's a never-ending train of sad.
Thanks, anon. What really pisses me off is the kids who did it to him only got 3 day suspensions
This would have been back in the late 70s or earl 80s as well. They didn't get caned/the strap or nothing just 3 say suspensions
GENERATION WAR, FUCK YOU.