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Have you ever seen a movie called Inside?

It’s a French horror film from 2007 that is very well done…and it’s absolutely disgusting and disturbing.

Like disturbing to the point that I never, ever, ever want to see it again…

What disturbing movie would you recommend even though you never want to see it again?

Here’s how people on AskReddit responded.

1. Devastating.

“Come And See.

Wonderful movie, but even more devastating than Grave of the Fireflies, in my opinion.”

2. Mary and Max.

“I’ll give the same answer every time this comes up: Mary and Max.

It’s such a beautiful movie and so d**n sad. I’ve recommended it to lots of people.”

3. Haven’t heard of this one.

“The Hunt (2012).

A Danish film by Thomas Vinterberg starring Mads Mikkelsen.”

4. Harrowing film.

“Elephant. The 2003 Gus Van Sant film, not the Disney nature doc.

It takes place in the fictional Watt High School, in the suburbs of Portland, Oregon, and  chronicles the events surrounding a school shooting, based in part on the 1999 Columbine High School ma**acre.

The film stars mostly new, and non-professional actors, which gives it an even greater sense of realism.”

5. No one needs to see it twice.

“Threads

Made in 1984, it’s a harrowing depiction of a major nuclear exchange between the United States and the Soviet Union.

It is incredibly bleak and tragic–the most effective representation of the horrors of nuclear war that I’ve ever seen.

Everyone should watch it once, in my opinion. But no one needs to see it twice.”

6. Depressing.

“Boys Don’t Cry.

I saw that on a first date.

We drove home in complete silence.”

7. Brutally sad.

“Dancer in the Dark. Amazing performance by Bjork and brutally sad.

I bought a copy of the DVD after seeing the movie because I loved it so much.

I lent the disc to several friends and looked at it many times myself, but could just never summon the energy to watch it again.”

8. Good movie.

“What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?

Leonardo DiCaprio is phenomenal in that.

He did character studies to get his role to be believable.”

9. Once was enough.

“The Road.

Watched it when it first came out. Loved it. Can’t put myself through it again though.

It’s so hard going and heartbreaking.”

10. Tragic and beautiful.

“Life is Beautiful.

This movie is unspeakably tragic. But its also profoundly beautiful. The love that the family had for each other gets me every time.

Roberto Benigni was perfection in this role!”

11. A rough one.

“We Need To Talk About Kevin.

That was a truly visceral experience.”

12. Check it out.

“You Were Never Really Here.

Joaquin Phoenix should have won the Oscar for this performance instead of Joker.”

13. Here’s a HUGE list.

“Alright here is a list I’ve gathered so far:

Come and see

Dancer in the Dark

Mary and Max

Threads

The Hunt

Boys don’t cry

Once were warriors

We need to talk about Kevin

Melancholia

Life is Beautiful

Leaving Las Vegas

What’s eating Gilbert Grape

The pianist

Wind River

The road

Grave of fire flies

What dreams may come

Dear zachary

Stand by me

American History X

Schindlers List

The mist

Requiem for a dream

Manchester By the sea

When the wind blows

kids

Hachi: A Dog’s Tale

Trainspotting

City of God.

Philadelphia

Elephant

Martyrs

Brokeback Mountain

Earthlings

Pay It Forward:

Moonlight

Nightcrawler

Mystic River

Se7en

Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind

Sorry to bother you

Where the red fern grows

Atonement.

Children of Men

The Deer Hunter

Johnny got his gun.

AI

The Accused.

The Game.

The Last Unicorn

Big Fish

Click

Beautiful Boy

DONNIE DARKO.

Bridge to Terabithia

The lobster

A Silent Voice

5cm per seconds

your lie in april

Clannad

Breaking the waves

The Lighthouse

Coco

Precious

About Time

Gone girl

A marriage story

The Lovely Bones

Million Dollar Baby

A Clockwork Orange

The Haunting of Hill House

Interstellar

Blue Valentine

Jacob’s Ladder

The platform

I saw the devil

Amistad

Paprika

1917

Ordinary People

Uncut gems

Spun

Lost in Translation

Map of the Human Heart

Wolf Children

The Sweet Hereafter

The Vanishing

Legends of the fall.

Glengarry Glen Ross.

Lilya 4-ever

The Butterfly Effect

Jojo rabbit

Bone tomahawk

Enter the Void

The Nightingale

Blue valentine

Sophie’s Choice

Promising young woman

Pink Floyd’s The Wall

Sarah’s Key

Heaven Knows What

Prisoners

Seven Pounds

Sometimes in April

Cry Freetown

12 Years a slave

Serbian Flim

Hotel Rwanda

Antichrist

When the Wind blows

Salo

End of Watch

Green Mile

Buried

Incendies

Hard Candy

A Slient Voice

Okja

Whiplash

Love Kenny

Event Horizon

Away from her

Raw

The Chumscrubber

Tracey Fragments

World’s Greatest Dad

The Future

Unthinkable

Irreversible

Love and Mercy

Last King of Scotland

Blood Diamond

Full Metal Jacket

Memento

Reign Over Me

My Sister’s Keeper.”

Now it’s your turn.

What disturbing movie would you recommend to people but you don’t want or need to see again?

Talk to us in the comments and let us know!


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