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mommia mia 2 - can’t watch without weeping. Anyone else??

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angel24711 Sun 28-Jun-20 22:34:57

Have a mum in 4th stage lung failure. This is the one movie I avoid, but when I do see I find it very therapeutic in a weird way, cry tons, feel a bit better for some chance to get some grieving thoughts done pre her actually being gone. Feel bad even writing that down. All so raw, anyone else. Love a bit of Cher, ABBA and a wonderful cast.
Xx

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Amigoingmad29weeks Sun 28-Jun-20 22:37:02

I don't even have your 'excuse'. I watch it and don't even think of my mum but my children losing me and I cry.

nogreenfinger Sun 28-Jun-20 22:40:54

It really gets me

MissEliza Sun 28-Jun-20 22:42:28

I watched it two months after my dm passed away. It was very difficult

Hardtoknowwhat Sun 28-Jun-20 22:46:29

I watched this at the cinema in summer 2018 when my DM was seriously ill (rare few hours with my DD's away from hospital visiting). I sobbed in the cinema knowing what was to come with my own DM. My lovely mum passed away in the December and I've got a lump in my throat just typing this.

CluelessBaker Sun 28-Jun-20 22:46:36

My mother is alive and well and it really gets me too.

Hope you’re ok OP flowers

DefConOne Sun 28-Jun-20 22:46:52

I watched it a month after my dad died of cancer. In the cinema with my incredibly stoical mum and my 8 year old DD. It was very, very hard. I’m sorry for what you are going through OP.

Gruesome2some Sun 28-Jun-20 22:47:16

I saw this at the cinema with a friend. We've both lost our mums, we were sobbing wrecks. I wont watch it again!

angel24711 Sun 28-Jun-20 22:53:20

Trying to think of it as a free therapy session. Know it’s better to get some of my emotions out. It one of the few films that I know, that is so disarming!! A lovey film and well done Netflix and it’s algorithm for knowing it would help me 😂 x

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CrystalMaisie Sun 28-Jun-20 22:54:11

Why did they have to make it so bloody sad? The first one had such an upbeat feel to it. I saw the 2nd at the cinema, I’ll never watch it again 😭

SanJunipero Sun 28-Jun-20 22:54:53

My late wife was a big ABBA fan, and we watched this film together the morning before she went into the hospice for end-of-life care. She died five days later. I'm not sure I'll ever be able to watch it again.

thanks to everyone on here who's lost someone.

SanJunipero Sun 28-Jun-20 22:56:49

And thanks to you too OP. Starting to grieve ahead of the anticipated death of a loved one is a very normal process, but is ever so hard to deal with.

Kolo Sun 28-Jun-20 22:58:10

I watched it for the first time this afternoon. Put it on for a bit of inane, light, Sunday afternoon viewing and had no idea that the mum had died. Blubbed my eyes out, especially at the christening scene. I lost my mum the year before I had my first child, so I cried and cried this afternoon about the loss I feel of my mum never knowing my children and having children without your mum being there.

I wouldn't have watched it if I'd have known what the storyline was, but I guess it was also quite therapeutic to let it out.

Sorry for what you're going through, OP. It's really hard.

babbi Sun 28-Jun-20 23:02:17

I’m so sorry that you’re going through this OP .My best wishes to you at this very difficult time xxx
Also sorry to the other posters who’ve also lost someone.. x

I cried at this film too ... it’s very moving ..

DodgeRainClouds Sun 28-Jun-20 23:22:06

My sis and I went to watch it and we both sobbed along with everyone else in the cinema. All you could hear was sniffing

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