I need suggestions.
The Sea Is Watching
Fuck, that's all I can think of off the top of my head...
Death Note was pretty depressing, although mostly due to how severely they butchered the original work.
They should have taken the Original Way.
I've heard Tideland is a very depressing and miserable film.
I've also heard it's awful.
Disco Pigs, hands down. I cried so much at that movie.
Bridge to Terabihia, I cried like a fucking girl
Do you have any links to English torrents for those movies? They sound pretty interesting. I already found The Bridge, but none of the others.
Last Life in the Universe
Agreed, though I didn't cry, it was rather tragic and quite a waste.
Watched "No Man's Land" last night. Pretty shitty ending. Not really a "baaaaaaaw" kind of thing, but it left me feeling just plain bad at the end.
>>3 Nobody Knows was sad, but also redemptive; it asked open questions.
The Machinist (2004)
I watched 'Riri Shushu no subete' as per your advice. That was a terrible film. Bad acting, bad direction, very very bad production. The only thing that kept me going was the music.
>>16 you kidding me right? Did you found out who was who on the chat? Spoilers ahead so warning:
Hasumi and Hoshina,both (ex) best friends and fan of Lily.
not op but thank you for reminding me of how awesum it is and how im goin to watch it now
>>4 The Death Note movies were amazing. You couldn't fit the original storyline of all twelve volumes into two standard-length movies.
And besides, they took an original turn with the series, since they couldn't be completely canon.
Pfft... they could have stuck with canon if they wanted to. There were some silly things which changed which didn't have to.
Little Red Flowers
beautiful bodies, sad story
No beauty or redemption or hope, just ugliness and misery and suffering.
The most depressing part might be that it's true enough to life to have been a documentary.
Serenity is kinda depressing, as a lot of people die in it.
Also, I found Grave of the Fireflies to be really depressing.
I think I'm the only person in the world that /didn't/ find Grave of the Fireflies depressing...