I don't know why that is. But seeing the film: Kramer vs. Kramer (1979) *really* did get to my emotions in a few different parts. Where his son says that he won't be able to see the stars on his bedroom celings as he cried before his Mother took custody *really* had me filling up ... lol. And a few other places where Hoffman became emotional whilst trying to keep custody.<br />
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I saw it a few times, but each time the *same* parts made me feel teary-eyed. I'm a guy ... lol; I don't think this is supposed to happen, but there you go. There have been other films which had me teary, but that one comes to mind straight away. I think it's in how we get into the reality of what is a movie which could be a real situation that affects us this way.<br />
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cause I have a Stradivarius violin for a soul

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Because I know they all die in the end .

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