The last movie I saw was about suicide and emotions. A man who has a serious obsessive-compulsive disorder in maintaining the correct time and in hygiene, and never feels love from anyone, so he decides to kill himself. On his way to jump, his wallet and identification is stolen by a girl, a singer. As he is chasing the girl, he comes upon a singing competition in a band and joins with the girl. After arriving at the building for the jump, he finds he has missed the exact time he planned, so he gives up the idea of suicide that day. The good news is, the impromptu band gets many praises and has the opportunity to advance to the finals. Then the girl makes an effort to persuade him to join her to advance to the top together. During this process, she tries to cure him and shows warmth towards him, and as a result they fall in love and get the championship. At the end of the film it shows the secret why the man feels nobody loves him. That is because when he was young, his parents also had a serious obsessive-compulsive disorder. Every time he wanted a hug from his parents they never agreed because they thought that a hug may spread germs to each other. As he was turned down a hug from his parents for the final time, he pushed his father out of sadness and anger, when a truck passed and his father crashed and died in a car accident.
After watching it I cry for this tragic family, for I feel nothing is more important than to have a healthy family.