What is the saddest scene you've ever seen in a movie или Телевидение show?
Here's one of them for me, personally..... :,(
I have to warn Ты guys; If you're sensitive to depictions of abuse или children being harmed by adults, you'd might want to watch this video with some caution. It's not necessarily graphic abuse, but it's bothersome either way. And pretty damn sad =/
The picture says it all. Johnny Cade, 16 years old, was fatally wounded by a falling beam in a church. He and two Друзья succesfully saved a group of children from the burning church. One other also sustained injuries, but that wasn't what killed him. Johnny Cade died a hero.
If you've seen this movie, especially this scene, you'll know why it's upsetting. ;-; Other scenes from other Фильмы I find depressing are the ending in Toy Story 3 when Andy gives away Woody and plays with all his toys one last time and *SPOILER ALERT FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T SEEN MIB 3* the scene where Agent K brainwashes сойка, джей as a child so that he won't have to know the truth about his father, who was killed by the main villain in the movie and be upset about it. IT WAS SO DEPRESSING.
I have never been еще emotional over anything, exept for Soul Eater episode 50 when there was a small chance Kid might have been dead. I Любовь Ciel like a brother/son, and what happened to him killed me.
My personal Избранное was Momiji's life story in There Are No Memories It's Okay To Forget. The whole episode was somber, what with the anniversary of the death of Kyoko, but the way Momiji spent his life, his mother thinking he was an abomination for his curse and eventually having her memories of him erased, then growing up watching her and his little sister whom he has never even met. It's worse when in the manga, Tohru meets his sister Momo who has been watching Momiji herself, admiring his violin playing and being so enthralled that he looks "just like mommy". And Tohru... For such a happy girl she makes me cry so often. She Остаться в живых her father as a child, and Остаться в живых her mother in a car accident shortly before the story begins. She should be somber, being an orphan, but she still manages to smile and lift everyone's spirits. Kyo's life may be worse. Being the cat of the Zodiac, Kyo truly was a monster with his curse. His mother pretended to Любовь him, and she was pushed to suicide. His father made it seem like his fault. Akito taunted him constantly, and his only chance to lead a life unconfined was to beat Yuki, a task he could not accomplish. Tohru was the only person who truly accepted him, curse или not, but his ties to Kyoko and her death made him believe he could not Любовь her unless Tohru would forgive him. On the subject of Yuki, his life was sad too. He spent much of his life as Akito's toy, and as his parents' ticket to riches. He has a fanclub at his school, but he doesn't want these admirers because they don't really understand him, they just see him as a pretty face. Most of the Fruits Basket characters led sad lives. Uo's time in a gang, Hana's dark curse, Rin's life, and her story with Haru, as well as Haru's own life, Hiro and Kisa's story, Ayame's regrets, Hatori's story, Kagura's realization of her pity toward Kyo, Ritsu's life feeling he wasn't good enough, Kureno's devotion to Akito, and Akito's own devotion to Kureno, and Shigure... It's hard to explain exactly how his life is sad since he seems to be a comic relief, but when Ты think about his own deep Любовь for Akito, and her devotion to Kureno...
A lot of that was just from the manga, not the Аниме though.
i think the saddest scenes ive ever seen are both in The Outsiders: when Johnny Cade dies and when Dallas Winston dies (they both die heroes, in my eyes). gosh, those two parts were just so sad.... :'( </3
WARNING: if Ты watch the video, it will make Ты cry...most likely
i mean, i BAWLED MY EYES OUT the first couple humdred times i watched it...so...yeah