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April 27, 2015 5:45 pm  #1

The Reichenbach Fall still makes me cry!

If you said no, you're lying. The graveyard speech always makes me upset, John is broken.

Does the Reichenbach Fall still make you cry?

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April 28, 2015 2:41 pm  #2

Re: The Reichenbach Fall still makes me cry!

Well, one time out of two, I don't cry per se, but that's because my heart is.
Things that have me crying though are listening to the score...damn, every single time there is a bloody solitary tear slipping !

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April 29, 2015 6:08 am  #3

Re: The Reichenbach Fall still makes me cry!

It just makes me so upset seeing John at the graveyard, knowing that his best friend is dead, his heart is so broken.

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October 12, 2017 1:29 am  #4

Re: The Reichenbach Fall still makes me cry!

I'm rewatching the series for the third time this year (Me? Obsesed? Nooooo.....) The scene at the graveyard made me cry (again) but I noticed some things that I had neved noticed before (I looked but didn't see ;)):
- Sherlock's headstone is so polished that you can see John's reflexion on it... Beautiful and very artistic photography there. 
-Also, when John is finished talking to his dead friend, he squares his shoulders and does a quasi military turn on the spot: the army training showing even trough the grief. Beautiful acting!


October 13, 2017 3:12 pm  #5

Re: The Reichenbach Fall still makes me cry!

I always (and I rewatch it regularly) think absolut the same! 💔


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