I am a big cry baby. Since I had kids(I blame them), I will cry at tv shows or anything remotely sad. I cried at the end of the Notebook. I had read the book, but my grandparents (3 of them) died in the last yr, so it was a tough movie for me.
Its a movie called Imitation Of Life its a movie that takes place in 1947 at Coney Island, down-on-her-luck actress Lora Meredith and her young daughter Susie meet coloured lady named Annie Johnson and her daughter Sarah Jane. Annie is desperate for a place to live and offers to work as Lora's maid for food and lodging. Lora's luck begins to change as a result of their meeting and their two stories unfold across the years. However, Annie's problems start when Sarah Jane tries to pass as white. At the end of the movie Annie died and Sarah ran down the street screaming thats my momma please let me see her I havent seen my momma in a long time. Oh it was so heart breaking how she denined her mom when she was growing up. I remember mom let me watch it when I was 5. I didnt cry because I didnt understand but when I watched it again before I was 13 I held my mom and told her I will never do that to her and how much I loved her.
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I cry at the drop of a hat! The scene in "Sixth Sense" at the end when Bruce Willis' wife drops his wedding ring always gets to me and I think I cried all the way through "The Notebook" and "What Dreams May Come".
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