Perspective | What crying in movies taught me about my relationships 11 24 2017 18 00 Big Cries during “The Remains of the Day” and “Truly Madly Deeply” marked .
But, when I was younger, I had two particularly Big Cries at movies that marked significant moments in my relationships In “The Remains of the Day,” Anthony Hopkins plays a butler in a great English home..
Tears on the PageOn Writing and Crying. I’ve long been an emotional guy who gets moved by books, movies But what hearing that from readers has taught me .
Crying at a movie can be a great release. You might even tend to watch tear.ers if you’ve been having a rough day! Crying at a movie is also a great way to untangle some of your own emotions through the characters onscreen. And since it’s only a movie, you don’t have to deal with any really lasting effects..
In other words, if you cry at movies, you’re likely fantastic with people and an emotionally strong person, further disproving the notion it signifies weakness. Empathy makes us better, stronger human beings. Research shows fiction, in both literary and cinematic forms, greatly improves peoples capacity for empathy..