"Don't look up" with Leonardo Di Caprio and Jennifer Lawrence.
It's a comedy but interprets the sad reality how modern society would react to an earth killing asteroid approaching Earth.
Revenge from 1990 with Kevin Costner.
NiP losing Major cus Allu missing shot on dd2 jesust
million dollar baby, green mile, seven
A Street Cat Named Bob, Lilya4Ever
All Quiet On The Western Front (2022)
have watched many films across different continents
babam ve oglum
miracle in cell no 7 (korean and turk flavors are both ok) i think koreans a bit better
A Quiet Place is also a very sad and emotional movie, and it very very good, direction, acting, everything
Requiem for a Dream
Best movie I will never watch again
the green mile / good will hunting
seven pounds with will smith
NAVI - ENCE WHEN S1MPLE MISS IT WAS SO SAD
To name some slightly less obvious ones
End of Watch
My favourite is probably still Green Mile though
Since you mentioned "The Pianist" I will suggest "Life is Beautiful 1997"
also Train to Busan, even though its a zombie movie the ending got me fked up
Broken Cirly Breakdown
but dont say I didn´t warn you
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
brokeback mountain makes me sad every time i rewatch it
not the best but very good dealing with loss;
into the wild, not really sad but kinda sad ending
Ted Demme's "Blow" with Johnny Depp
40 year old virgin
It's a true story about Jonathan e
The thin red line
Manchester by the sea
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
Perfect Sense, it's not sad sad but it's emotional and one could find the ending kinda sad, I thought it was a cool film
Cinderella man, the only film I cried
A Monster Calls. If you've ever lost someone, this movie will make you weep.
The Butterfly Effect is pretty sad
The Reader. one scene made me cry, so the movie is interesting.
Blue Valentine is pretty sad, too
One Day (2011) is sad for me, made me think about a lot of things
Remember Sunday is quite interesting and sad
The Green Mile- the only movie that I cried for
the light between oceans (2016) thats such a good one, also simple to understand
TENET is very good,
Cristopher Nolan is the GOAT
Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors 1965 - also the best Ukrainian movie by a georgian director
Andrei Rublev 1966
An Elephant Sitting Still 2018
Grave of the Fireflies (Hotaru no Haka)
Miracle in Cell No. 7 (Korean version) is up there as one of my favourites, even the happy moments can make you cry in that film...
Lazzaro Felice (Happy as Lazzaro)
Whatever (original title is Extension du Domaine de la Lutt) from 1999, very depressing.
Incendies (2010) - Denis Vileneuve
Mommy (2014) - Xavier Dolan
Magnolia (2000) - Paul Thomas Anderson
Melancholia (2011) - Lars von Trier
Taste of Cherry (1997) - Abbas Kiarostami
Empire of the Sun (1987) - Steven Spielberg
Ida (2013) - Pawel Pawlikowski
Leviatan (2014) - Andrey Zvyagintsev
Shoplifters (2018) - Hirokazu Koreeda