Who loves ya, baby?
Me and Craner cried at E.T., although not together. We connected across time and space.
This is the scene that almost got me. I've seen it a few times before. What's notable here is that the scene is about how important it is to be able to cry sometimes, and how you actually get a feeling of intense relief and happiness from crying sometimes. And that in of itself made me feel like crying
I'm really deeply upset by those people and they also make me a little bit anxious, as if they represent a turning of the wheel and a cranking up of tension and the heat of the fire beneath us becoming ever hotter. Have we got a thread about them? I know we've discussed them a bit before