Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)...

... is on TV right now, and I'm totally crying at the part when Fred is sleeping at the family's apartment and having a nightmare about the war and he's crying while Peggy's comforting him. BWWAAAAAHHH!

I've seen this movie many times before so I don't know why all of a sudden I'm crying!

I think I'm PMS-ing hehe.


  1. I think I need to watch it again. You reminded me that it's been awhile since I saw it.

  2. I really liked how the movie sought to tell many different struggles the service men faced upon their return. Losing limbs, struggling to find a job, dealing with post traumatic stress in the form of nightmares, realizing their marriages were not going to work, etc. They also touched on a lot of the struggles those left on the home front had to go through. Great film.