Heyyyyy everybody. I'm choosing to put this in the off-topic forum because while it does relate to movies, it's really more of a personal thing. So you're already probably like "who gives a fuck" but here I go. Basically, lately I have been legitimately depressed. I'm not sure if I have actual chemical depression, but there's this thing with a girl that has just really, really bummed me out. I won't go into details, and I'm not here for support or anything, but what I am looking for is good depression movies. Not necessarily a comfort film, like Forgetting Sarah Marshall or Princess Bride or something (although I will almost assuredly be watching Forgetting Sarah Marshall multiple times in the next few weeks), but movies that perhaps deal with depression or are better viewed in a depressed mood. I watched Adventureland today, and that really did a lot for me. I thought it was fantastic. I'm also considering watching Antichrist, and Melancholia when it comes to my city. So since I'm already going from Motolla to Von Trier, I'm clearly not looking for anything specific. Just... Something. I'm not sure really. Some kind of input would be nice. Just as some background, some of my favorite movies are World's Greatest Dad, Oldboy, The Fountain, Donnie Darko, Lost in Translation, and... eh I dunno. Star Trek. Fuck it, why not. I like the newest Star Trek movie a lot. Sure. So I like a bunch of different kinds of movies. I'm really open to anything, as long as it is a movie that would in some way enrich the life of a depressed person. Any suggestions that anyone has are welcome and appreciated. I really need something to do when I'm not playing Skyrim haha. Alright, thanks to anyone who read this whole thing, fire away with suggestions.