Drama where the hearty need for emotional expression led to a primary form of theater, which was meant to be a great influence for all of the art kinds throughout the four dimensional continuum.
Thankfully, quite a long time later, the technological flourishing of the fruitful 20th century offered humanity the most intertemporal and overpowering medium that, more than anything else, captures and conveys life's tragedy and comedy: cinema. From Ingmar Bergman's sorrowful philosophical contemplations to Yasujirō Ozu's simplistic depiction of workaday melancholy, the seventh art has always been emotionally stirring and intellectually searching.
This is a list of just 20 films that overflow of manifold emotions. Along the endless length of our history's sturdy and at once fragile thread, these 20 cinematic creations intersect with our kind, from the most common and multifarious sentimental involvements to the most grim and tearful corners of the world.