History DrivenToSuicide / Film

14th Jan '16 8:54:14 AM whatsforbreakfast
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this wasnt on here even though the breakfast club page links to this
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*In the film the Breakfast Club the nerd Brian Johnson is so obsessed with his grades that when fails shop he [[spoiler:tries to kill himself]] because he knows his parents will say he's ruined his chances fortunately [[spoiler:he is unsuccessful because it was a flare gun that went off in his locker ]] giving him detention.
23rd Dec '15 3:18:26 PM eroock
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* At the end of ''Film/MadchenInUniform'' [[spoiler:Manuela]] tries to jump from the main staircase of her boarding school after [[spoiler:she is banned from talking to her teacher, who she has a crush on]]. She's saved by her schoolmates and the movie ends with the headmistress silently walking down the hall afterwards.
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* At the end of ''Film/MadchenInUniform'' [[spoiler:Manuela]] tries to jump from the main staircase of her boarding school after [[spoiler:she is banned from talking to her teacher, [[PrecociousCrush who she has a crush on]]. on]]]]. She's [[InterruptedSuicide saved by her schoolmates schoolmates]] and the movie ends with the headmistress silently walking down the hall afterwards.
17th Dec '15 4:06:25 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Disney/TheLionKingII'', If you thought it looked like Zira smiled during her fall it's because she did. It was originally a suicide, but that did not officially make it past [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoctlRyGdf8 the storyboards]], because it was considered too dark. Despite this she still looks way too happy to have accidentally fell to her death.
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* In ''Disney/TheLionKingII'', If you thought it looked like Zira smiled during her fall it's because she did. ''did''. It was originally a suicide, suicide but that did not officially make it past [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoctlRyGdf8 the storyboards]], because it was considered too dark. Despite this she still looks way too happy to have accidentally fell to her death.

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* In ''Disney/TheLionKingII'', If you thought it looked like Zira smiled during The 1922 classic ''The Toll Of The Sea'' ends with the protagonist killing herself. After her fall it's because she did. It was originally American husband left her for his [[ChildhoodFriendRomance childhood friend]], Lotus Blossom [[spoiler:gives their son to them]] then throws herself off a suicide, but that did not officially make it past [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoctlRyGdf8 cliff into the storyboards]], because it was considered too dark. Despite this she still looks way too happy to have accidentally fell to her death.sea.
8th Dec '15 12:39:31 PM erforce
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* Mel Gibson plays a self-destructive cop in ''LethalWeapon'', distraught over the death of his wife. At one point Riggs nearly AteHisGun, and tells Murtaugh that every morning when he wakes up he makes a decision whether to off himself or not.
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* Mel Gibson plays a self-destructive cop in ''LethalWeapon'', ''Film/LethalWeapon'', distraught over the death of his wife. At one point Riggs nearly AteHisGun, and tells Murtaugh that every morning when he wakes up he makes a decision whether to off himself or not.
8th Dec '15 12:29:05 PM erforce
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* In ''Film/DiaryOfTheDead'' Mary attempts to shoot herself in the head after she thinks she killed three people; they're zombies however. She misses her brain causing her to bleed to death while the other characters attempt to save her life. There is something so sad about a failed suicide too.
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* In ''Film/DiaryOfTheDead'' Mary attempts to shoot herself in the head after she thinks she killed three people; they're zombies however. She misses her brain causing her to bleed to death while the other characters attempt to save her life. There TherFilm/e is something so sad about a failed suicide too.
3rd Dec '15 7:56:41 AM eroock
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* The Michael Haneke film ''The Seventh Continent'' is a very realistic portrayal of suicide, and largely focuses on the emptiness of the central family's life.
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* The Michael Haneke Creator/MichaelHaneke film ''The Seventh Continent'' is a very realistic portrayal of suicide, and largely focuses on the emptiness of the central family's life.
27th Nov '15 7:09:30 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Film/TheGodfather'' Part II Frank Pentangelli is presented with this option as an honourable way to make up for his betrayal. [[spoiler: He graciously takes it.]]
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* In ''Film/TheGodfather'' Part II ''Film/TheGodfatherPartII'' Frank Pentangelli is presented with this option as an honourable way to make up for his betrayal. [[spoiler: He graciously takes it.]]

* In ''TheShawshankRedemption'', [[spoiler:the elderly inmate Brooks, after being in prison for more than 50 years, is finally let out. Unfortunately, the world outside of the prison is too much for the old man to handle after being locked away for so long, so he hangs himself in his bedroom in]] [[TearJerker one of the saddest scenes in film history]].
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* In ''TheShawshankRedemption'', ''Film/TheShawshankRedemption'', [[spoiler:the elderly inmate Brooks, after being in prison for more than 50 years, is finally let out. Unfortunately, the world outside of the prison is too much for the old man to handle after being locked away for so long, so he hangs himself in his bedroom in]] [[TearJerker one of the saddest scenes in film history]].
12th Nov '15 3:53:23 PM eroock
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* Towards the end of ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' [[spoiler: Dr. Watson and Mary were getting ready to leave and Dr. Watson had to see Sherlock. He reassured Mary that Sherlock had no problem with him leaving to marry her. They entered Sherlock's room to see that he had hung himself. Dr. Watson knew that Sherlock would never kill himself and woke him up by poking him with his cane. It turns out that he was just testing out how Blackwood managed to survive being hung in the first place. He ended up getting stuck.]]
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* Towards Subverted towards the end of ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' [[spoiler: Dr. Watson and Mary were getting ready to leave and Dr. Watson had to see Sherlock. He reassured Mary that Sherlock had no problem with him leaving to marry her. They entered Sherlock's room to see that he had hung himself. Dr. Watson knew that Sherlock would never kill himself and woke him up by poking him with his cane. It turns out that he was just testing out how Blackwood managed to survive being hung in the first place. He ended up getting stuck.]]
1st Nov '15 3:25:17 PM Fireblood
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1st Nov '15 3:22:16 PM Fireblood
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% %* ''Film/PrayersForBobby'': [[spoiler: Bobby Griffith.]]
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