These 8 Animal-Based Movies Will Make You Cry Your Eyes Out

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Movies and cinema have many ways to make you cry. Even when movies have “good” endings, some dramas have heartbreaking scenes that bring tears to your eyes. for sure. It goes through action, of course, music with violins, or even with the use of elements that are familiar to us, like animals. The latter are more fragile than humans, must be protected and offer us absolute confidence. Inevitably, their death is all the more shocking because it is never their fault. But fortunately, the movies we're going to talk about don't all have to come to that; such extremities to empty us all the salt from our body.

These 8 animal-based movies will make you cry your heart out

#1 marley & me

Let's our canine sidekicks to focus on horses. Steven Spielberg knows how to convey emotions through animals. War Horseis an emotional roller coaster based on the relationship between Albert and his horse Joey during the First World War. the end is the human relationships that are sublimated in the film, linking your sadness to your feelings. endless melancholy as to the fate of the horse's original owner.

#5 The Man Who Whispered to Her horses ear

These 8 animal-based movies will make you cry your heart out

This movie won't disappoint. In the movie, Pilgrim, Annie and Grace's horse is injured. ; Annie, already leg amputee gradually loses little taste to life until meeting Tom, a horse whisperer. As often, the animal is here a lever in order to bring the tension not on him but on the human relations surrounding him, with heartbreaking farewell scenes between the two protagonists.

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#6 Antartica, prisoners of the cold

These 8 animal-based movies will make you cry your heart out

Do you like sled dogs? Antartica trapped in the cold has plenty. Or rather, at the beginning. Because at Because of a snowstorm, Jerry Shepard is forced to to abandon his dogs in a scientific base. The latter will have to fight alone, in the cold, for 6 months. When he returns there, he finds the body of Old Jack, one of his lead dogs. Disney obliges, Jerry arrives at; (almost) all save them. The film ends with two tombstones, those of his two favorite dogs, including that of Jack. The film is a cover of another Japanese film, Antartica released in 1983. The latter has a much sadder ending than this half-hearted happy ending.

#7 Hatchi

These 8 animal-based movies will make you cry your heart out

Hatchi (or Hachi: A Dog's Tale) is inspired by of the true story of Hachiko, an akita who, despite the death of his master, continued to wait for his return from work in front of Shibuya station at; Tokyo for 9 years. The story is very popular in Japan and there is even a statue dedicated to it in front of this station. Even if the film shifts its narrative to Rhode Island, the emotion remains intact concerning the relationship between the dog and its master. If the movies often show us the pain for a human to lose his dog, here we are shown the pain for an animal to lose its master.

#8 Plague Dogs

Plague Dogs, THE animated film that doesn't mean you any good. Realized by Martin Rosen and released in 1982, the cartoon in celluloïd tells how two dogs come to escape from an experimental laboratory practicing vivisection. They will do anything to find a place where live a better life. Except that these two animals would be carriers of the Plague virus, condemning them by time, and by the tracking of humans, soldiers, scientists and the media. It is a heartbreaking film, very dark and infinitely sad.

We could have included other films with moving scenes with animals. I am Legend, The Green Line, Balto, White Fang, Isle of Dogs, White God, and even Kung-Fu Panda 2 > (when the mother panda dies), we accept. Do not hesitate to tell us which movies with animals made you cry the most. If you like our articles dedicated to species other than humans, you will have to find what you are looking for here.

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