heartbreak moment

Steve Rogers

You didn’t mean to look into his mind, but it just happened all of a sudden. You couldn’t control the wave of emotions that took over your mind as you started sobbing. You had not even truly meet the man yet, but you knew him now, you knew his sadness, his pain, every single heartbreaking moment. Losing Bucky and Peggy more than once. Having his whole life taken from him in a plane crash and waking up to a strange new world. You could see it all vividly, feel every raw emotion, just as if it were your own. When you finally let go of his hand he was looking at you in a kind of sadness. You hugged him tightly shocking him, but he soon hugs you back “I’m so sorry Steve, im so sorry you had to go through all of that.”

“You’re our hero, Stanley.”

Hard to believe it’s been a whole year since the GF finale… Couldn’t resist to draw the ultimate heartbreaking moment of the show. What really gets me in this scene is the contrast between visual and emotional mood: the sunny, peaceful landscape makes the sorrow of the Pines family even more tangible.

“Feyre.” Rhy’s eyes lingered, taking in every detail. “Are you running low on food here?" 
"What?” Tamlin demanded.
Those violet eyes had gone cold.

A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas

Rhysand to Tamlin:

(That heartbreaking moment when Rhysand could see that Feyre was broken and starving and Tamlin was completely blind to it.)


Twelve days of Twelve [10/12] - Scene that made you the most emotional

- The Hybrid- what is it? What’s so important you would fight so long?
- Doesn’t matter what the hybrid is. It only matters that I convinced them that I knew. Otherwise they would keep me out with nothing left to bargain with.
-What are you bargaining for?
-What do you think? You. I’d have to find the way to save you.


We’re setting up to do this shot, we just wanna see Cate sort of tugging this child along. He’s forgetting how to walk. And she walked off down the sidewalk and they kind of edged over to the edge of frame and disappeared behind the tree and then right at this moment the little boy tugs on her hand and then she bends down to find out what it is that he wants and he puckers up his lips and gives her this kiss. And I’m watching this on the monitor and I’m going “Oh my god, that’s amazing!”

David Fincher, Director’s commentary
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008)


“What is it?”