11 Movies that are worth seeing when your life is falling apart

In life, sometimes happen some catastrophes. It can be a serious disease, financial collapse or a lack of love, among others. You may not be ready for this, but it’s worth knowing that, even with those things, you can and should live.

In Great.guru decided to share with you some films that will show that our attitude towards the problems you can change many things.

If I decide to stay

Cast: Chloe Moretz, Mireille Enos, Jamie Blackley

Mia is a girl talented, in love with classical music, his cello and rocker Adam. But, after a car accident, goes into a coma. While the body of the girl is in the hospital, her soul must decide whether it wants to live or better to go to the other world according to their relatives.

  • Rating IMDb — 6,8

Unconditional

Cast: Lynn Collins, Michael Ealy, Bruce McGill

Samantha Crawford is living a happy life because you have your beloved husband. But all for she loses all sense when he is brutally murdered. She loses her faith and desire to live. One day, unexpectedly, he meets an old friend, Joe, who becomes his support and again gives meaning and light to your life.

  • Rating IMDb — 7,2

The most difficult decision

Cast: Cameron Diaz, Alec Baldwin, Joan Cusack

A lawyer is facing an unusual case: a little girl of 11 years of age demand to his parents after knowing that she was conceived in vitro, only in order to maintain the life of his sister with leukemia.

  • Rating IMDb — 7,4

Under the same star

Cast: Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Laura Dern, Willem Dafoe

Hazel has cancer. Despite being in remission, the girl does not feel anything of joy. She goes to a support group where one day he meets Augustus Waters and instantly falls in love with him. Augustus and Hazel embarked on a journey full of passion and life, that once again shows that the meaning of life can be found in any of its parts.

  • Rating IMDb — 7,8

Kitchen of the soul

Cast: Adam Bouseux, Moritz Bleibtreu, Feline Roggan

Zinos Kazantsakis has a restaurant not very popular in the outskirts of Hamburg. Few visitors are satisfied with the simple dishes, which are cooked himself, and to know from memory a menu of several lines on a sheet. The quiet life goes on as always, until the life of Zinos come all the misfortunes.

  • Rating IMDb — 7,3

Now and always

Cast: Dakota Fanning, Jeremy Irvine, Paddy Considine, Olivia Williams

Tessa is 17 years old and want to live a normal life. She dreams of the same things that all teenagers. But, what has that to do if there is not enough time? Tessa decides to live everything that remains to him, so without wasting even a single minute.

  • Rating IMDb — 7,2

Always Alice

Cast: Julianne Moore, Alec Baldwin, Kristen Stewart, Kate Bosworth

Alice Hawland is a well-known professor of linguistics. She is happy in her marriage and has three adult children. But things change when a day starts to forget words.

  • Rating IMDb — 7,5

My life without me

Cast: Sarah Polly, Mark Ruffalo, Amanda Plummer

Ann is 23 years old, has two daughters, a husband, unemployed, a mother who hates everyone and a father who broke out of jail. She works as a cleaner at the university. His monotonous life changes when the doctors tell him he has an incurable disease: they only left 3 months to live. Ann decides to radically change his life.

  • Rating IMDb — 7,6

The thief of books

Cast: Geoffrey Rush, Sophie Nélisse, Emily Watson

Germany, on the eve of the Second World War. Liesel, 9 years old, moved to Munich to their adoptive parents and with their help she learns to read. Day-to-day, the reading becomes their vital need, and Liesel begins to steal books. Everything that he learns from them, helps to understand the facts that are happening around them.

  • Rating IMDb — 7,6

Restless

Cast: Mia Wasikowska, Henry Hopper, Ryo Kase

Enoch, who survived a clinical death and lost his parents in a car accident, is in a funeral with Annabel and soon begin a romantic relationship. Later, it turns out that Annabelle is terminally ill. The boy decides to help his beloved to prepare for the inevitable.

  • Rating IMDb — 6,8

A way home

Cast: Nicole Kidman, Rooney Mara, Dev Patel, David Wenham

Saroo was born in an indian family poor, but was lost at 5 years. Came to another city and lived for many things before being adoptive parents loving, a nice home and living conditions wonderful. Growing up, remembers some moments of his previous life and wants to find their relatives.

  • Rating IMDb — 8,1

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