Netflix viewers have been left struggling "to hold in vomit" after watching a heart-breaking movie on Netflix.
The film is currently available to stream on the platform but many that have viewed the film have admitted that they found it heart-wrenching and hard to watch.
The 2009 film titled Hachi: A Dog’s Tale is based on a true story about a loyal dog in the 1920s.
Netflix’s synopsis reads: “When his master dies, a loyal pooch named Hachiko keeps a vigil for more than a decade at the train station where he once greeted his owner everyday.”
The film was released 13 years ago, but only just entered the library in February for UK viewers.
Even though the film was went out over a decade ago, it's still left audiences devastated with it's extremely sad storyline.
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Viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the movie. with some even telling others not to watch it as they will be distraught.
One wrote: “If anyone wants a good cry watch Hachi: A Dog’s Tale on Netflix. I just sobbed so hard I almost threw up, 11/10.”
Another added: “Hachi: A Dog’s Tale movie is so sad. I couldn't stop crying when I watched it.”
A sad viewer penned: “Hachi: A Dog’s Tale. Cried so hard at this movie because it’s based on a true story. Richard Gere is excellent in this.”
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One viewer even went as far to describe it was the “worst thing” they’d ever seen.
The viewer wrote: "Sounds light and happy right, about a dog and its owner. Worst thing I have ever watched, just all around terribly sad with no happy ending at all. Steer clear.”
Another person said that they weren’t even going to attempt to watch it, tweeting: “I can't, I really can't watch Hachi: A Dog's Tale. I'd be bawling my eyes throughout the movie.”
A fourth who urged others not to watch the film said: "This film is too hard to watch. I cried so much. Don't watch it."
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