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To ask for the most profound films you have ever seen? *contains spoilers*

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username108 Wed 13-May-20 12:40:27

Mine would be - Tokyo Story, Mulholland drive, Mary and Max, Good will hunting, Whats eating Gilbert Grape, Forrest Gump

username108 Wed 13-May-20 12:42:24

Oh and how could I ever forget- Requiem for a dream

Davros Wed 13-May-20 12:45:42

Schindler's List

Dita73 Wed 13-May-20 12:46:25

Magnolia

Gonegrey31 Wed 13-May-20 12:46:46

Sophie’s Choice

Crazyhouse123 Wed 13-May-20 12:50:43

Arrival

Faceache25 Wed 13-May-20 13:02:37

The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson.

minettechatouette Wed 13-May-20 13:04:48

Yes to Tokyo Story and Mulholland Drive. Both of them blew my mind when I watched them as a teenager. Profound isn’t a word that springs to mind when thinking about Forrest Gulp though!

sufferingsandra Wed 13-May-20 13:05:55

In the Name of the Father

foggybits Wed 13-May-20 13:09:25

Frozen but Im very low brow.

SDTGisAnEvilWolefGenius Wed 13-May-20 13:10:08

The Killing Fields.

CandleNoBra Wed 13-May-20 13:11:05

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Barkingfuckingdogs Wed 13-May-20 13:11:23

Babel

AuntieDolly Wed 13-May-20 13:12:36

Midnight Express

Fanthorpe Wed 13-May-20 13:13:55

‘Whistle Down The Wind’ when I was a child.

PsychoSyd Wed 13-May-20 13:14:00

Koyaanisqatsi. It's a visual essay about the planet & our interaction with it.

ImNotShpanishImEgyptshun Wed 13-May-20 13:14:21

Lilja-4-eva

YetAnotherSpartacus Wed 13-May-20 13:16:32

Educating Rita.

EmbarrassedUser Wed 13-May-20 13:19:42

The Boy In the Striped pyjamas. I sobbed at the end 😭

Justcallmebebes Wed 13-May-20 13:20:28

Another for the Killing Fields. Amazing film

Shosha1 Wed 13-May-20 13:20:51

Brokeback Mountain
Schindler's List

vanillandhoney Wed 13-May-20 13:21:37

La Vie en Rose.
The Book Thief.
Rabbit Proof Fence.

MarshaBradyo Wed 13-May-20 13:21:46

Profound is quite hard I’m sure I’m forgetting some

Short Term 12 in a children’s home amazing acting and made me cry a lot

Good Will Hunting was good too

MarshaBradyo Wed 13-May-20 13:22:12

Rabbit Proof Fence too

Boiledeggandtoast Wed 13-May-20 13:26:17

Fanthorpe I remembered Whistle Down the Wind from when I was a child (it was filmed near where my grandmother lived at the time). I saw it again earlier this year and now realise how much imagery there is that had passed me by when I was younger. I agree, it is a very profound film.

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