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I have just watched KIZNAIVER and it was so emotional.
I want to watch more emotional anime so could people please give me some to watch.

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Guess...
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^ Yes, Your lie in April got me bawling like a baby, so gut-wrenching... Erased is also another anime that evokes your emotions. I love Kiznaiver too btw...
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^
he pretty much mentioned most of it

another one you can watch is AnoHana and Barakamon c:
EDIT: and here's a video c: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4D_FRRwuQg
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^ like she said, AnoHana & Barakamon are very good anime with lots of feels. As well as Toradora!

Also you can try Byousoku 5 Centimeter (5 Centimeter per Second), or any other anime by Makoto Shinkai such as Crossroad, Hoshi no Koe (Voices of a Distant Star), Kotonoha no Niwa (The Garden of Words). They're all just short 1 episode movies, except for Byousoku 5 Centimeter which is a 3-episode. Additional note: Shinkai's latest anime, Kimi no Na wa (Your name) will be released at the movie theater August 26. Hopefully not just in Japan. From the trailers I saw it looks pretty good..
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Many great suggestions here. I also have a hard time watching the end of /dusk-maiden-of-amnesia without crying a little. Well, a lot. Sometimes through much of the end. /space-brothers is also surprisingly emotional.
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the lack of Gintama in some threads makes me emotional..
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Rozen Maiden's second season, Rozen Maiden: Träumend has some very emotional points.
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Grave of the Fireflies - an anime movie, very sad. Great movie.
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Cloud-Lee wrote:

Grave of the Fireflies - an anime movie, very sad. Great movie.


Yeah, this is killer. Good shout. I bawled.

Now, OP. I'm basically heartless, but these titles got me. Like, I thought for a minute I might have feelings or something. Take it from a fellow Englander.

Erased (Just finished today, did approximately 2 cries)
Toradora
Your Lie in April (JUST HEARTBREAKING)
RE: Zero (at times)
Nana (not so much sad, but decent character development)

and Attack on Titan.




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^ It really is a killer, the only time a piece of entertainment has made me emotional. With Final Fantasy VII when a certain character dies.

Attack on Titan is 10/10 amazing.

Oh yeah another good one is Plastic Memories - it's on this site too.
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Anohana, Your Lie in April, One Week Friends, Little Busters, The Tale of Princess Kaguya, 5 cm per second, When Marnie Was There, and Garden of Words
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The film the Grave of Fireflies. I met Captain Paul Tibbets before he died in 2007. I told him "You had to do what you had to do. What're you gonna say? No? They'd just find some other poor young suckers to do it." He said he'd never show it on TV, but you could tell in his voice he was angry and upset about it. A definite sign of remorse and someone not at peace. I felt bad for him. These bottled up emotions definitely contributed to his death even though old...It killed him. He said "We were willfully ignorant, we chose to be because we did not want to know the true power of this bomb. But we were fooling no one, not even our selves. At over 33,0000 feet they could still feel the shock wave from the blast as they turned away wearing their protective goggles it was still too bright for them to directly look at. He said "No, you kids today don't understand." and I said "But we do. It's time to move on, you're forgiven. Christ forgave his executioners, why can't you come to terms that we're no longer angry about this?" On that note I'm happy to have met him. Longest hugs were given that rivaled my grandpa's.

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