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Gay Redditors list the movie and TV scenes that broke their hearts

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We all can use a cathartic ugly-cry sometimes, and if you’re feeling that need, you could open the floodgates with a viewing of the movies and TV shows below.

On the r/askgaybros forum, Reddit users said these titles — some LGBTQ-related, some not — broke their hearts.Of course, we have to preface this sob-fest with a couple of notes of caution: One, spoilers abound.

And two, some of those movies and TV shows are so sad that the gay bros who nominated them won’t rewatch them again.“The end of Brokeback Mountain, where you see that Ennis still has Jack’s shirt, hanging on the same hanger with one of his.”“Yeah, this scene floors me.

When that movie came out, I saw it in the [movie theater] a couple of times. I would leave at the point where Ennis is driving away with his horse trailer and it’s the last time they would meet.

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