The third kind depends on memory when the sight of some object awakens a feeling: as in the Cyprians of Dicaeogenes, where the hero breaks into tears
on seeing the picture; or again in the 'Lay of Alcinous,' where Odysseus, hearing the minstrel play the lyre, recalls the past and weeps; and hence the recognition.
The Arabic website RT tweeted an article about the video, saying: "French policewoman breaks into tears
: Come kill me.
While it is true that John and Susie see their marriage as providing them with a "balance" and "wholeness" that their previous lives certainly lacked, the final scenes introduce ironies that complicate matters and certainly undercut any stereotypically "happy ending." Susie's bisexuality, which John discovers a few weeks before the wedding, causes him to have serious doubts about the long-term prospects for their relationship, and these doubts are sharply reinforced at the wedding when Susie breaks into tears
as she speaks her marriage vows.
Gazza repeatedly breaks into tears
during a heartbreaking documentary to be screened on BBC3 tomorrow.