give me the most depressing movies you know
I'd taken a gram of mdma, a gram of mephedrone, few lines of coke and I was pretty drunk - I'm not quite sure what was going on in my head when I was watching it but it wasn't good.
Grave of the fireflies is spirit crushing and will make you fucking depressed
Dear Zachary is more like a documentary but also one of the most depressing, horrible things I have ever watched
'a letter to a son about his father'. cried superlatively hard. plus it's on neatflix.
>Eternal Sunshine... because no one will ever be in love with me like that.
Plague Dogs is the most depressing shit ever
Without a doubt Lilya 4-Ever. It's about a girl from eastern Europe who gets promised a job "picking fruit" in Sweden, gets smuggled there, and repeatedly raped by strange men and her pimp. It's a good movie, but I'm never ever watching it again. We'd planned to watch 3 movies when i saw it, we saw Lilya 4-Ever first, collectively got depressed and all went to bed instead.
I found the Road ultimately a hopeful movie. Throughout the movie the kid represents a new kind of consciousness in contrast to the mistrusting world of his father. The beetle shows promise that life will eventually come back.
I think the people he left with at the end likely ended up eating him. Bugs are scavengers just like the survivors in this world. It's not surprising that there were still insects.
von trier is a good bet in general, but I'll single out Bjork's only film role, Dancer in the Dark.
Don't let the cover fool you. This is not some pussy teen love story crap. The premise of the film is a mind fuck and it has a very depressing ending.
The Machinist reminds me of my life after getting divorced. My ex costs me all of my friends and now all I do is work 80 hours a week to scrape by while she lives it up with the money I give her. If I'm not home sitting in my apt I'm at the dinner down the road sitting alone and drinking burnt coffee all night. No time for friends, no money to do anything.
It is not only depressing though, it pretty much has a bit of everything. My favorite movie... must have seen it.