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  1. Not necessarily, of course, there are good movies without it. But most things that touch the audience – yes, they make them cry. This is because it is precisely this type of catharsis that the modern viewer needs. Most often, you cry under the influence of art because you got a chance to release experiences that are bottled up in real life. In reality, you're being mean, but in the movies, you're moved to tears by a noble act. In reality, you are callous to everyone, but in the movies, you have a lump in your throat from the compassion of the character. In reality, you're lying, but in the movies, someone's reckless courage to tell the truth takes your breath away. In reality, you are a pragmatist, but in the movies, with a pounding heart and wet cheeks, you admire the hero's lack of money – because it may be moronic, but it is so beautiful. This is how the tearjerker works: it is a memorial to everything that you have killed in yourself-hence the tears. And since catharsis brings relief (because in it you identify with the hero of the film for a moment and get a kind of forgiveness), you think such a movie is good.

  2. Why does it only make you cry? A good film evokes deep emotions, regardless of its content. Tears are just the reaction that is easiest to cause, because apathy and melancholy are the “bottom” of the emotional range. Arousing anger and resentment is already more difficult. But to make them laugh, to amuse (an intelligent viewer) is the most difficult thing.

    If this happened to the viewer, then the authors of the film (actors, director, screenwriter) managed to temporarily disable their rational thinking, rational perception.�

    This perception in active mode reminds a person that he is sitting in a comfortable chair in a dark hall in front of a huge white rag)), which shows a two-dimensional image at a speed of 24 frames per second.�

    However, blocking this perception for a while makes the demonstrated illusion a reality for the person. And an emotional response is caused only by what a person considers as such.�

    The success of this procedure depends on the extent to which the illusion shown initially corresponds to the person's ideas about reality. For example, it is difficult to get a man to empathize with a snotty melodrama, and a woman-it is easy precisely because for the former this plot is very far from his ideas about reality, and for the latter it is very close to it. On the contrary, a woman quite easily retains self-control when watching scenes of military battles or just hand – to-hand fights, but a man instantly “plunges” into them-and for the same reason.�

    In fact, the work of state propaganda, for example, is based on the same phenomenon. A person who is basically sure that the state can be a source of good and light, only it is necessary to choose good rulers and officials, is easily led to any propaganda, especially high-quality ones. Anyone who understands that the state is basically a mechanism of coercion and restriction of freedom, regardless of specific actors, is immune to any propaganda.

  3. Because � movie �it's still � art form, and a response in the soul �should leave what it �yourself �carries. Any �art �should �to Express � certain �idea to serve a �purpose, for example , to trigger positive �emotions in the form of tears.Global �goals that �puts �ourselves �philosophy �and psychology, �maybe it will not reach , but to get you to think about for �something �important �and maybe it will go �a habit will help a person �to develop �some useful �quality on the way� to perfection.

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