Similar Movies

If you like Loss then you might want to check out some similar films made over the years. Take a look at these for starters.


Babel (2006)


This film is a third in a trilogy that includes Amores perros and 21 Grams. It is the final part of the Death Trilogy by Alejandro González Iñárritu. The convoluted plot takes place over four different areas, including Morocco, Japan, Mexico and the US. It won the 2007 golden globe for best motion picture in the drama category. Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett carried staring roles.


21 Grams (2003)


This film is a second in a trilogy that includes Amores perros and Babel. It is the middle part of the Death Trilogy by Alejandro González Iñárritu. The plot of this film works around the events of a tragic car crash and explores multiple plot lines that finally come together at the end of the film. Sean Penn, Naomi Watts, Danny Huston and Benicio del Toro have major roles.


Crash (2004)


Directed by Paul Haggis, Crash explores racial and social tensions in LA by following the several characters over the course of two days. The stories of a black LAPD, a white DA, Hollywood director, wary Persian immigrant and a Hispanic locksmith weave together in this Oscar winning film that took Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay and Best Editing.


Six Degrees of Separation (1993)


Based on a play of the same name, this film staring Stockard Channing and a young Will Smith explores the impact that a young crafty con artist has on an upper crust neighborhood. It was inspired by real-life con artist David Hampton. Stockard Channing gained a Best Actress nomination at the Oscars for her role.


My Name Is Nobody (2005)


Not as glitzy as the others, this crafty but overlooked British film is about the life of an ex-con who has spent the last ten years moving from place to place. When he finally returns home he finds that tragic events have ripped his family apart. Now he must solve the situation of the terrible events before he runs out of time himself.


War of the Roses (1965)


This classic miniseries takes four of Shakespeare’s historical plays and molds them into a trio. Staring David Warner, Peggy Ashcroft and Anthony Boden, it explores from the rise of Henry to the fall of Richard through civil war, treason, and the relentless grab for power.