My Love, Don't Cross That River Official Trailer 1 (2016) – Documentary HD

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My Love, Don’t Cross That River Official Trailer 1 (2016) – Documentary HD

A couple who have lived together for 76 years faces the last moment of their marriage.

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31 thoughts on “My Love, Don't Cross That River Official Trailer 1 (2016) – Documentary HD

  1. I cried a lot in last fifteen minutes of the documentary. Her buying clothes for her child that is passed away many years ago made me speechless. Her being alone at the end and their burying their dog… Oh! There are so many scenes that I can't stand in this documentary.

  2. Came here from a Super junior game show… this looks interesting… but I don’t think I can afford to feel more sad than I already am…

  3. So heartwarming..
    A real genuine love💘until the very end💖💖
    Saranghaeyo Halmeonae geurego Harabeoji💝

  4. I saw this on PBS and I cried at the end. This so reminded me of my Grandparents. Grandfather was 92 when he died in 2000 he and my grandmother were married 73 years. She was 98 when she died 7 years later in 2007.

  5. I watched this on my flight back to Korea (where I have lived over 13 years). I was staring into the seat-back in front of me bawling! It's only sad, though, because of the beautiful love that grew from tradition, necessity, and building a life together through good times and bad. Watching the matriarch buy clothing for her dead children. . . so "old" Korean, so heartbreaking. Seeing the surviving children come for visits. . . so petty and so real.

  6. Watch this movie!!! Anyone with elderly parents will fall in love with this movie. I lost my 91 year old dad this year and this movie hit me hard, but in a beautiful way. I cannot recommend this highly enough!

  7. Looks good. They seem pretty functional and healthy for their ages, which is good, but hey, that's Asian's for you. They live the longest.

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