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WOLF BOY Hits You Right in the Feels

This had been on my watch-list for a while, and when I watched this a year ago I had no idea what I was getting myself into.
And let me tell you, there were a LOT of tears.
First off, Joongki is in it, so I knew the leading role would be ADORABLE.
What I didn't know was that other than a few funny moments of Joongki burning his mouth on food and being an awkward wolf in a human world, there would be EXTREME HEART BREAK in the beginning, middle, and end.
It's not like Teen Wolf or Twilight where the guys suddenly get ripped and they're weirdly warm and strong and angry. Joongki is just sort of fast and hairy and he can't read...

WHICH JUST MAKES EVERYTHING THAT MUCH MORE HEARTBREAKING

If you haven't seen it, watch the trailer now!!

So basically, I watched this movie in my dorm room with my head phone in and didn't really give my roommate any warning about what I was going to watch. An hour or so later when the movie ends I am SOBBING in bed and my roommate doesn't know what to do.
I tried to explain to her why I was loudly sobbing and I couldn't even get the words out to explain to her cause it would just set me off again.
Now when people ask me about the movie I just scream YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND and get super emotional.

Am I the only one that was WRECKED by this film!?!?!?

Or, better question, what dramas or movies made you ugly sob?!?!

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Just finished the movie, I'm balling my eyes out. My sister came in a started laughing at me crying. The end ending broke my heart even more, "Why!" 😭
:'( :'( :'( I finally just watched this wonderful, beautiful, sad, heart-wrenching movie.... I feel like i got bullied from how much I cried. It's SUCH a good movie and I loved it.... HOWEVER, I DEMAND a remake, i really wish they could've stayed together!! I would've ran off with him and lived in hiding.. sh*t :( But it was great nonetheless <3
Miracle in Cell Number 7 had me ugly crying!!! I literally had to use a towel to get all the tears away...
"He's just fast and hairy and he can't read." OH MY GOD that did make it heartbreaking AND THE END OF THE MOVIE I cried buckets This movie ripped my heart out and I'm still recovering even though it's been years since I watched it.
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