The Duchess Hairdresser Scene That Will Absolutely Make You Cry

20 sep 2020
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Who knew a simple trip to the hairdressers would provide us with the most gut wrenchingly emotional scene from Katherine Ryan's The Duchess. Here is the scene in full.
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The Duchess Hairdresser Scene That Will Absolutely Make You Cry
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Katherine's a single mom juggling her career, her tween daughter, her relationship with her boyfriend - and pondering getting pregnant with her ex.

Ummæli
  • I challenged you to make me cry from the title of the clip. I lost 😭

    LucyLucy3 dögum síðan
  • she said Ariana Grande

    Keegan KhooKeegan Khoo3 dögum síðan
  • I cried too idk lnfao

    Derrick LopezDerrick Lopez7 dögum síðan
  • This scene made me sob my eyes out. I think I know how my parents felt when I decided to have short hair (pixie cut).

    Destiny DarrlingDestiny Darrling7 dögum síðan
  • This reminds me of my Mom and I when we both finally agreed that I should cut my hair short- previously either her or I would get freaked out about cutting off 12+ inches of hair off. I’ll never forget the weird look she gave me before saying I looked so grown up. It’s grown out and been cut off multiple times by now, but none of them feel as hard as that first major hair cut with my Mom when I was 10.

    JacJac9 dögum síðan
  • Crying onions

    Jo SullivanJo Sullivan10 dögum síðan
  • My mother couldn't have my hair cut short enough; never happy until I was mistaken for a boy which really screwed me up. She used to gaslight me into believing I couldn't go into school if my hair so much as reached my blouse collar..I think she couldn't handle having a growing daughter.

    greentor merrygreentor merry11 dögum síðan
  • Which song is this ? I really love it.

    Rashmi AbbigeriRashmi Abbigeri11 dögum síðan
  • Growing up sucks honestly

    Al GriffinAl Griffin11 dögum síðan
  • It's down hill from here kid. They will try to convince you that having sex and drinking yourself silly are better. Don't be fooled. If it was so great why do they feel they have to drink to escape feeling it deeply?Oh, and let's not forget the lifelong money chase. Always, always trying to gather enough money to maintain your life. Live long enough and you get to start worrying about shitty things happening to your health too...just for no reason other than that you didn't die in your 20s or 30s. Yep, Hang onto that car as long as you can. If the "relationships" don't work out, once the woman who accompanied you to the stylist dies...nobody else will love you with such fierce and unwavering love---and for no other reason than that that you exist as you!! The rest you must please or amuse or impress for even half the commitment. You're on your own. Adulthood...good times.

    zaker721zaker72112 dögum síðan
    • @alittlebirdysaid Okay? How? I'm me so I wrote from my perspective. All these unique individuals with an internet connection can bring life experiences to the table that aren't all the same. If it doesn't resonate with you that's fine too, but if someone out there feels it...they now know they aren't alone. It's perfectly okay to dislike certain aspects of the human condition and be honest about your feelings.

      zaker721zaker72110 dögum síðan
    • ... you ok??

      alittlebirdysaidalittlebirdysaid12 dögum síðan
  • Great 😊

    Lagwal MonikaLagwal Monika12 dögum síðan
  • Hats off to Katherine Ryan for this...while I’m not always a fan of her brand of comedy, this series was actually quite good and this scene in particular was very powerful.

    B CB C13 dögum síðan
    • Iirc, she mentioned in an interview that this was a scene taken from a real life experience she had with her daughter.

      AyaBlue22AyaBlue2211 dögum síðan
  • Am I the only one who's just furious at that AWFUL hairdresser? I mean, seriously, mind your own business and do what you're paid for! If I seem a bit overly angry it's because I've had too many of my own similar experiences - like the time in 2010 when I was 11 and wanted a bob, and the hairdresser somehow convinced me that bobs were for babies and I should get one of those horrible early-2000s floppy fringes instead. The trauma of that haircut will forever be embedded both my memory and the photo album of my old pink Samsung flip-out phone.

    Emma TheresaEmma Theresa14 dögum síðan
  • Life... You have a baby you blink and that baby is suddenly 49 years old with grownup children who.... have their own children... . If you are lucky each stage of life is a journey with a piece of you living it... all over again and so it gose on.... I'm a great grandmother now enough said ❤️enjoy the ride...

    henrietta hensonhenrietta henson14 dögum síðan
  • Flashback to my daughter's first hair cut. My husband cried.

    Aida JaJa RahmanAida JaJa Rahman15 dögum síðan
  • First of all... since when toy seats are a thing? 😹

    Lucia AmbrogioLucia Ambrogio15 dögum síðan
  • Didn't cry.

    Hlumie MoloiHlumie Moloi15 dögum síðan
  • I don't understand their accents :(

    Whatever GoesWhatever Goes15 dögum síðan
  • Am I the only one who thinks that the girl lowkey looks like Greta Thunberg?

    Saweetie ESaweetie E16 dögum síðan
    • Actually this comparison is so accurate. I feel like Greta was robbed of her childhood and innocence thanks to her father who is spoon-feeding her political talking points that she doesn't even understand and the left who is using her as a mouthpiece for a scientific hoax.

      mustafamustafa6 dögum síðan
    • I think in one of the episodes the mum called her greta and i died!!!

      Gamble Quinty JonesGamble Quinty Jones14 dögum síðan
  • Binge watched this on Saturday, until the final episode I was entertained. The way this ended was total shit! Utterly disgusted with what a waste of time this turned out to be. This scene is the epitome of why. No intention of spoiling but here was a human moment and then back to narcissism and swill in the end.

    Littlebit31Littlebit3116 dögum síðan
  • I'm too much boy to get any of this

    cascadecascade17 dögum síðan
  • Only thing about this hair cut that made me cry was that ugly ass wig they chose for that adorable little girl. Really disrespectful.

    RaeLaRouxRaeLaRoux17 dögum síðan
  • I’m 53 and I still have a long braid of my hair from ‘the big cut’. My mom was sad but never held me back.

    MagpiesNeedleMagpiesNeedle17 dögum síðan
  • They grow up so fast.. :’)

    Khushali UbhadiyaKhushali Ubhadiya17 dögum síðan
  • This is so sad

    Shealee CressyShealee Cressy17 dögum síðan
  • Ok, the line "Of course, it's not my hair" was surprisingly modern and I loved it!

    Angelica LicariAngelica Licari17 dögum síðan
    • My mother surprisingly says that to me. Then precedes to remind me every time that I had a beautiful long hair that I cut.

      KaliaKalia7 dögum síðan
    • A lot of parents need to learn it

      poonam rawatpoonam rawat9 dögum síðan
    • Lmao if it was my mom she'd say , no keep it longer.

      Shy MongooseShy Mongoose12 dögum síðan
    • I had a hairdresser look at me when talking about my husbands hair getting cut im like whatever he wants its his hair like wtf.

      Barbara brownBarbara brown15 dögum síðan
  • I never really allowed to enjoy my hair. My adoptive mom didn't really know how to care for curly hair. So it was cut short and only refer to as the mop. Getting my hair brushed as a kid was nothing short of painful. Its makes me sad because I didn't get to experience something so obviously natural to other women. I am white so its definitely not the same as a person of color.

    Shannon HensleyShannon Hensley18 dögum síðan
    • My dad did my curly hair but I hated how he styled it. And he wasn't nice and loving doin it. He cracked my neck once twisting my head to the right.

      Ingenue BlueIngenue Blue16 dögum síðan
    • It is definitely relatable. I always had difficult hair that wouldn’t grow and was surrounded by cousins who could grow a foot of hair overnight. It was hard growing up being the one with the short, picky hair. I just wear it in braids now because even as an adult it’s a hassle compared to my sister.

      Purple PiccoloPurple Piccolo16 dögum síðan
    • I'm sorry you had to go through that... My mother also didn't care much about my curly/wavy hair and referred to it as a mop or a bird nest, forced me to brush it all the time because she wanted me to look tidy but it obviously only made things worse also because she forced me to keep it very long, in the end I sneaked out and went to cut it short, made it grow again and searched for the right way to keep it decent, things got better but the maintenance is still a hussle... My whole family has straight hair so it really pissed me off to hear them complain about mine being messy just because they couldn't understand our heads were different

      Lil BogarLil Bogar16 dögum síðan
  • Seems like a strange thing to cry about. I get everyone saying she's not a little girl anymore and they both have trouble with that. But these things don't happen in one moment. They don't have to at all. She could just go home, play with her toys and be a kid for a while longer. It's not this inevitable thing that can't be slowed down. I feel the symbolism of the hair is too much. But maybe that's because my hair was always short, until I was an adult and let it grow out.

    PlumDutchessPlumDutchess18 dögum síðan
    • If it helps for context, Katherine put this in the show based on a real experience she had with her own daughter. We know rationally that our children are growing up, but sometimes there are moments that make us see how fast it goes by. I had a similar experience with my Mom expect we both ended up crying haha.

      JacJac9 dögum síðan
  • This did make me sob tbf

    raahima sraahima s18 dögum síðan
  • Gods sake vaginal people get an effing grip, it's hair! Wait till you find out your child has cancer b4 you get upset. Jeeez.

    Kevin YoungKevin Young18 dögum síðan
  • Can’t stand Katherine Ryan at all

    Sean WilliamsSean Williams19 dögum síðan
    • Good for you.

      numsidumsragitschnumsidumsragitsch18 dögum síðan
  • omg katherine ryan is an actress?! I thought she only did stand up

    Edía PaffEdía Paff19 dögum síðan
  • Wiping at my eyes as I remember taking my blonde 12-year-old daughter to have all 28 inches/71 cm of her lustrous locks cut off to her shoulders. Big decision & a huge adjustment for both of us. She donated her hair to make wigs & hairpieces for cancer patients & those suffering from hair loss. I still miss it 14 years later. Sometimes, she does too so, this clip bought it all back &how we have to accept that our kids grow up & we need to respect their decisions & that they know their own minds even though they are still so young.

    ᗯⲁɳⲧⲈqᥙ8s2ⲚⲉⲉᕍᗯⲁɳⲧⲈqᥙ8s2Ⲛⲉⲉᕍ19 dögum síðan
  • Loved this scene...hated the shitty ending of the season which promotes dysfunction. What a fucking mess.

    SLUBUGSLUBUG20 dögum síðan
  • Okay, not the video I expected to make me cry today

    MissAspkaMissAspka20 dögum síðan
  • Had this moment during trick or treating at 14 🎃

    Oromo ChicOromo Chic20 dögum síðan
  • I don’t really get it. The only thing that got to me was I was happy Katherine’s character stood up for her daughter for wanting to sit on the car. But yeah like I get what the scene is trying to do but I get why Katherine’s character might be emotional but it just seems a bit over the top. Maybe it’s because I never had a carefree childhood so maybe that’s why I just don’t get why this is sad

    Honor WillowHonor Willow20 dögum síðan
  • I had a similar experience I used to go to my dad’s hairdresser and suddenly I became a young girl and was switched to my mom’s

    Rita DerrazRita Derraz21 degi síðan síðan
  • Lol it would take me like two years to grow that much hair. How did she not cut her hair til that point?? Is this a white people thing? I got my hair cut like multiple times a year!

    MJforever5690MJforever569021 degi síðan síðan
    • I can’t speak for every white person, but my mom would have my hair trimmed every few months, but I didn’t have a major hair cut till I was ten years old, and I have over 12+ inches cut off to my shoulders.

      JacJac9 dögum síðan
    • I didn't grow up that way, but I know other people who are that way with their kids. My mom couldn't fix hair so mine was usually short.

      Rebecca O'SullivanRebecca O'Sullivan21 degi síðan síðan
  • How is that her baby hair? When my sister was like 4 her hair almost reached her ankles lol.

    INFJ Elphaba SupporterINFJ Elphaba Supporter21 degi síðan síðan
    • Slytherin Elphaba Tyrell this girl's hair was probably regularly trimmed just not cut

      Ropsana KhanomRopsana Khanom18 dögum síðan
    • @Arya1999 Omg I wish I inherit that too then lol

      INFJ Elphaba SupporterINFJ Elphaba Supporter19 dögum síðan
    • That's exceptional, most people's hair doesn't grow that long.

      Arya1999Arya199919 dögum síðan
  • I had this moment with my daughter 2 years ago. She had grown her hair all her life. It was down past her bottom. Long, beautiful and thick. I loved brushing it for her. I noticed little changes in her and new she was no longer a little girl. When she said she wanted to cut it, I tried to talk her out of it but knew in my heart that it was her hair and she was growing up. The day I took her to the salon, I was so emotional but tried not to show it. As soon as the hair dresser cut her ponytail off, I burst into tears. I knew this was the beginning of her changing. Now she has short hair, multicolored and loves it.

    Carrie SoaCarrie Soa21 degi síðan síðan
  • Who is the actor who plays the hairdresser? I recognise her but not sure what from

    ImogenImogen21 degi síðan síðan
    • Me too I have no idea where I know her from, anyone know her name? Edit: nvm found out her name is Nancy Sullivan

      Alan MaloneAlan Malone19 dögum síðan
    • Ooh I've remembered she was in series 8 call the midwife the one whose husband had a phantom pregnancy

      ImogenImogen20 dögum síðan
    • I'm sure shes the waitress in ricky Gervais' after life

      E EE E20 dögum síðan
  • They remind me of Gilmore girls, just before Rory was a teenager

    Jose SJose S21 degi síðan síðan
    • Same! It gave off that vibe that’s why I started watching it in the first place

      MissYeyaMissYeya19 dögum síðan
  • i have naturally curly hair so ive never gotten a haircut at a hairdresser lol but THIS THIS FEELS LIKE A UNIVERSAL EXPERIENCE

    T PedT Ped22 dögum síðan
    • I was thinking the exact opposite. This feels like a very white and straight-haired girl experience.

      Add Bow If GirlAdd Bow If Girl18 dögum síðan
  • Omg. This is gooood. Like unreal good. Its so good, it brings back unvanted memories, and now I finally understand why they were so sad. .... I've been crying for the past 10 minutes...

    Midorii OyamaMidorii Oyama22 dögum síðan
  • lol it’s just hair.

    real straight forwardreal straight forward22 dögum síðan
    • Cut to the "it's not just hair" scene from Fleabag

      Saorla RodgerSaorla Rodger14 dögum síðan
    • real straight forward Way to miss the point, Sherlock

      i.e.presentsi.e.presents22 dögum síðan
  • The mother is a perfect example of how is hairdressers get treated. They yell at us and treat us so bad!

    Michele K. PernerMichele K. Perner23 dögum síðan
    • Good because the hairdresser was a cow

      Beck StylesBeck Styles21 degi síðan síðan
    • Michele K. Perner Um....who got treated badly???

      i.e.presentsi.e.presents22 dögum síðan
  • Im 23 and i miss my childhood ....:C its even sadder xD

    K. P.K. P.23 dögum síðan
  • I remember when it happened to me I was around 14yo in a birthday party and there had a trampoline and I wanted to jump on it and then the person responsible for the trampoline told me: it’s not allowed for grownups. I had a feeling that I will Never forget I felt a “fresh fear”, excitement, happiness and sadness all that mixed up. I was happy for being an adult, and sad because I knew that my childhood had done.

    Carolina ReinaldoCarolina Reinaldo23 dögum síðan
    • For me, it was sitting on the floor of my bedroom and realizing that Barbies weren't fun for me anymore.

      Rebecca O'SullivanRebecca O'Sullivan21 degi síðan síðan
    • The feeling is truly gut wrenching

      Shashasha 73Shashasha 7322 dögum síðan
  • Katherine Ryan showed a lot of depth in her acting

    M QKM QK24 dögum síðan
    • @Evan Joel I didn’t care enough to leave ISpast to google this show. I still don’t tbh. I suppose your annoyed and reluctant answers will suffice.

      Add Bow If GirlAdd Bow If Girl10 dögum síðan
    • @Add Bow If Girl No. All you have to do is do a quick google search and it’ll show you that this TV show isn’t about any royal family.

      Evan JoelEvan Joel11 dögum síðan
    • @Evan Joel But you would only call a woman a duchess if she fell under the first definition, right? So is this American/Canadian woman in this clip supposed to be royalty?

      Add Bow If GirlAdd Bow If Girl11 dögum síðan
    • @Add Bow If Girl Duchess has two definitions. The first definition is someone who is married to a duke or who has a rank equivalent to a duke. The second definition is a form of address.

      Evan JoelEvan Joel12 dögum síðan
    • @Evan Joel The title did actually. Lifetime and other TV movies are constantly very inaccurate and cheesy so it wasn’t entirely clear what this was a scene from.

      Add Bow If GirlAdd Bow If Girl12 dögum síðan
  • Lol my mom brought me to the hairdresser when I was 2 and started growing a “jewfro.” I had like 5 haircuts a year. I looked like a boy until I hit puberty.

    Milfeulle100Milfeulle10024 dögum síðan
    • @Shar Roon yep. She didn’t want to have to deal with brushing it. She didn’t know how to take care of curly hair. So she kept it super short until 12-year-old me REFUSED to get her hair cut. I didn’t have a proper haircut until I was 25. I got my hair trimmed every 4 months but no real cut.

      Milfeulle100Milfeulle10015 dögum síðan
    • That's pretty funny, was your mom worried it would be to much work? I had hair down past my bum when I was 4 and for some reason my mom didn't braid it at night so one hot summer night of tossing and turning and it had to all be cut off.

      Shar RoonShar Roon16 dögum síðan
  • Everyone is leaving touching stories, but this scene reminds me of my parent's divorce 😅. They made each other promise (and sign actual paperwork) that they wouldn't take me to get a haircut without the other knowing about it and knowing how much hair I'd get cut off.... so freaking weird. lmao. Anyways, I didn't get my first hair cut until it was growing past my butt.

    bribripotbribripot25 dögum síðan
    • Emily Fornieri I agree. My ex hacked off all of my girls’ hair the first chance he could. Years of growth, they loved their long hair and braiding it, etc. It would have been fine with me if they wanted it cut but they didn’t. They cried for months.

      i.e.presentsi.e.presents22 dögum síðan
    • As a child who’s mum gave her a boys haircut at age 4 to my dads major dismay, I wish my parents had this exact agreement. It was very awkward going to the hairdresser again to have my dad be told that there isn’t much to do when there isn’t much left and feeling like a very sad guilty toddler.

      Emily FornieriEmily Fornieri23 dögum síðan
    • My ex husband didn't want our daughters to choo off their hair. I let my daughter 2 years after the divorce. When she asked...she also went purple which her dad would never allow. Its her hair.

      Charity BustosCharity Bustos24 dögum síðan
  • I thought this was going to be about bullying! Haven't seen this so

    Sarah SandersSarah Sanders25 dögum síðan
  • ❤️

    Maria MendezMaria Mendez25 dögum síðan
  • I mean I get what the video is implying, but I also feel bad for the hairdresser. Like she is just trying to be nice and respectful by asking the mum if she’s alright with it and yet the mum was kinda bitchy about it

    Naya AmoreNaya Amore25 dögum síðan
    • nah the hairdresser was a bitch

      Beck StylesBeck Styles21 degi síðan síðan
    • There is nothing bitchy about clarifying who the decision maker is. She is empowering her daughter in a way that helps her not be too hurt by the RUDE, bitchy hairdresser’s bullying. God help the bitch who comes at my kids! They are all adults but TO THIS DAY I would gladly back them up with a rude idiot.

      i.e.presentsi.e.presents22 dögum síðan
    • teaching your child autonomy > politeness

      AshleyAshley23 dögum síðan
  • This scene was so raw, it took me by surprise. This show was a bit crude and only sorta funny sometimes but it had such profoundly meaningful scenes like this one and the wedding one and the hospital at the end where I was like 'Wow'. But because it wasn't just bedroom humour, I liked this show way more. I'll definitely watch it again.

    asifloserfaceasifloserface27 dögum síðan
  • Ugh SOOO TRUE. That feeling of crossing over to another realm of age..still a child, but witnessed by everyone else as being closer to womanhood - and ALL the heavy and intricate responsibility you are demanded to bear that comes along with that twisted perception. Katherine, it's so freaking beautiful dude because that's exactly what that feels like...to watch them grow and know what's ahead, and to want to stay a child forever ourselves because we can't go back to just being INNOCENT INDIVIDUALS. 😭❤️💗❤️

    B BrunninB Brunnin28 dögum síðan
  • I resently got my hair cut short again after almost 2 years and also keep most of it.

    Lucas J LehmannLucas J Lehmann28 dögum síðan
  • I adore this scene ❤️

    Senan CollinsSenan Collins29 dögum síðan
  • It feels like she is saying good bye to her childhood....such a beautiful scene.

    Luisa SanchezLuisa SanchezMánuði síðan
  • was just a haircut with an indie soundtrack behind it, whys that meant to make me cry ?

    angels 777angels 777Mánuði síðan
  • I'm 32 and I tried to sit in the toy car and it broke ... I cried when I started to realize I was fat.

    Syd MakerSyd MakerMánuði síðan
    • Is it evil that I laughed?...

      Sunny COOKIE Killer*Sunny COOKIE Killer*8 dögum síðan
    • We've all been there...

      cascadecascade17 dögum síðan
    • If your 32 year old ass sat on a baby car and it broke it’s not because you’re fat it’s because you’re 32 😂

      Norin QashifaNorin Qashifa17 dögum síðan
    • 😂

      Tommy EelsTommy Eels20 dögum síðan
    • Bahaha 🤣 I definitely would have enjoyed that scene over this

      Udntknwnobttr !Udntknwnobttr !22 dögum síðan
  • What is the name of this song...Beautiful

    Tom JamesTom JamesMánuði síðan
    • Tom James I think it’s “where we belong” by tertia may :)

      r u b y r o or u b y r o o25 dögum síðan
  • I remember that day, when your childhood is over... Such a powerful scene so beautiful.

    Ashley VairoAshley VairoMánuði síðan
  • Tertia May's "Where We Belong" was the perfect choice of song.

    MichaelMichaelMánuði síðan
  • People not getting it... its about the girl realising she isn't a child anymore, and the mother noticing her daughter is growing up. She wanted the car, but the hairdresser was trying to imply she isn't a baby anymore. She says she wants her hair cut, and again the hairdresser implies that she is cutting off her baby hair, meaning she is growing up... She sits in the car, and notices the younger child playing with the car, and she realises she isn't enjoying the car as much as she thought, and sadly realises she is growing up. She looks at her hair (her new older self), and tries to steer the wheel of the car, as if to bring her back to her baby days... she is realising she is growing up, and can't control that... and Mum is watching, noticing her daughters revelation, and feeling sad for her daughter... she then goes outside because she then realises she is losing her baby... Anyone want to add, or change my perceptions? - I didn't cry, but my heart did get heavy.

    Katrina MareeKatrina MareeMánuði síðan
    • Oh thank you

      Be1smahtBe1smaht7 dögum síðan
    • You explained it so well. It made my eyes water slightly.

      Lily PondLily Pond10 dögum síðan
    • @Anxo Fernandez you're probably not a parent if you don't understand the emotional aspect of the scene.

      Abby AlaridAbby Alarid16 dögum síðan
    • Beautifully said. I still remember the first big haircut for my daughter and I cried. I still have the hair. It's a maternal feeling that can't be explained.

      Abby AlaridAbby Alarid16 dögum síðan
    • This is a really good analysis

      Hassan BilalHassan Bilal17 dögum síðan
  • it did, hate u netflix

    lucy Skyelucy SkyeMánuði síðan
  • uhmm cry? why? there's nothing dramatic

    EnricEnricMánuði síðan
    • Brain thought the same thing and then suddenly tears were flowing and I was having an existential crisis....

      Jana WolfJana Wolf26 dögum síðan
    • I'm not familiar with the show but from what I can tell it probably refers to a parent's last (one of, not THE last) "First" with his/her child. Maybe it reminded her of how quickly her little baby's growing!

      FrenchifyFrenchifyMánuði síðan
  • I'm a dad and my eye are sweating profusely

    Orrin RansfieldOrrin RansfieldMánuði síðan
  • ispast.info/losk/v-deo/iKaZpKKb2Kndr4o.html 💞💞💞💞💞💞👌👌

    JJ CreationsJJ CreationsMánuði síðan
  • FFS. I’m bawling. My 5 year old daughter has never had a haircut.

    Jim AndersonJim AndersonMánuði síðan
  • I'm not even a mom and I cried at that scene it's just so real

    Gabe DesmondGabe DesmondMánuði síðan
  • This was so emotional. They have a strong bond

    iftlatlwiftlatlwMánuði síðan
  • WHAT THE TRUCK KATHERINE RYAN! 😢 I watched that other clip last week (you taking your daughter to school) assuming it was the beginning for a special or something-that was hilarious, so I watched this clip and I’m crying... As a pacifist, I damn well think I would have punch that barber (?) in the face! I mean, truck! There’s more in this two minute clip than some movies... well done writers, actors,... the

    Ricardo AyalaRicardo AyalaMánuði síðan
  • I would have cried if they actually cut her hair... the obvious hideous wig ruined it for me, it was all I could focus on.

    Susana AvalosSusana AvalosMánuði síðan
  • I guess it's only mums like me that get said about this sort of stuff

    lolsaXxlolsaXxMánuði síðan
    • If you're a mum you should #cancelnetflix Search CUTIES Don't fund paedophilea

      OhRightOkOhRightOkMánuði síðan
  • BEAUTIFUL SCENE.

    Nicholas DomitraschukNicholas DomitraschukMánuði síðan
  • Did I miss something??? Did not cry AT ALL. 0/10 on the misery scale. Wtf

    Sunny ToppoSunny ToppoMánuði síðan
    • Exactly. Fair enough, the kid is growing up, she realizes it and the mother does too. What's the big deal?

      Anxo FernandezAnxo FernandezMánuði síðan
    • Same did not cry and im a mom

      Destiny GutierrezDestiny GutierrezMánuði síðan
    • I'm guessing you're not a mum

      lolsaXxlolsaXxMánuði síðan
    • 🤣🤣🤣

      simplyzoriansimplyzorianMánuði síðan
  • My eyes are dry as hell, no tears were shed

    LancerLancerMánuði síðan
    • There is a great series of videos about treating dry eyes, we will pray for your condition. Very sad to hear

      i.e.presentsi.e.presents22 dögum síðan
    • It was the wig...

      Susana AvalosSusana AvalosMánuði síðan
    • You're dead inside! 😂

      Rick HallRick HallMánuði síðan
  • Well, that was the most melodramatic haircut I've ever seen. I kept waiting for the punchline, but it never came.

    AAMánuði síðan
  • THIS MADE ME WEEEEEEP. I remember so vividly doing this with my Mum. If you can't relate don't hate hahaha

    Indiana SkyIndiana SkyMánuði síðan
    • @Yeet im not sure i did

      OhRightOkOhRightOkMánuði síðan
    • @OhRightOk i think you spell it wrong

      YeetYeetMánuði síðan
    • @lacari0 the girls were too young to perform the actions they did on camera. This is never fine. That is paedophilea. We can't allow kids to be exploited, regardless as to how many jobs will be lost.

      OhRightOkOhRightOkMánuði síðan
    • OhRightOk Well clearly it’s just an issue with the branding in the US offices as the original french stuff is all fine. And I’d argue that Netflix making a questionable move isn’t worse than thousands of people’s lives being ruined by losing their job and possibly lots of future work

      lacari0lacari0Mánuði síðan
    • @lacari0 this is bigger than jobs mate. They crossed a line, that if we dont stop, will become the new norm

      OhRightOkOhRightOkMánuði síðan
  • women are suffering the worst, always. Join the church of #womenworsting :P

    Realraven2000Realraven2000Mánuði síðan
  • why should this make me cry? does the hair have a big meaning that I don't understand?

    Luka MakhashviliLuka MakhashviliMánuði síðan
    • Kirsten l

      2docè2docè21 degi síðan síðan
    • A No one screamed at anyone. The hairdresser shamed that little girl. She screwed up, not the mom.

      i.e.presentsi.e.presents22 dögum síðan
    • @OhRightOk wtf? How is it grooming to say pedos should be punished ??

      bribripotbribripot25 dögum síðan
    • @R F ok groomer

      OhRightOkOhRightOkMánuði síðan
    • @OhRightOk Kindly focus on bringing down actual pedophiles in real life and in the dark net. Start with Trump.

      R FR FMánuði síðan
  • Carro de graça

    Perla Rodrigues de CarvalhoPerla Rodrigues de CarvalhoMánuði síðan
  • Bring back ianotw

    Ella._.Ella._.Mánuði síðan
  • Nah, it didn’t

    Adam CampbellAdam CampbellMánuði síðan
  • Omg

    Sofia LizzySofia LizzyMánuði síðan
  • petition to bring back IANOWT.

    Millie Bobby BrownMillie Bobby BrownMánuði síðan
  • •́ ‿ ,•̀

    2KOOLURATOOL2KOOLURATOOLMánuði síðan
  • 😍😍😍😍👌

    el Pend3j0 de Lennierel Pend3j0 de LennierMánuði síðan
  • E

    DerpySideWalkDerpySideWalkMánuði síðan
  • Bruh first and also

    DerpySideWalkDerpySideWalkMánuði síðan
    • Mini Soot yes it shows I’m an alpha male

      DerpySideWalkDerpySideWalkMánuði síðan
    • why do u want to be first is it some kind of achievement

      Mini SootMini SootMánuði síðan
    • Mini Soot ya I’m first soot you smelly guy

      DerpySideWalkDerpySideWalkMánuði síðan
    • no

      Mini SootMini SootMánuði síðan
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