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30 movie girls who'll break your heart

It's not nice getting dumped. So we hear.

Being rejected is always gonna sting, even more so if it's by someone you love. So, as some sort of cinematic guidebook, we've assembled a list of 30 movie women who have managed to break the hearts (and sometimes other organs) of us poor, totally innocent, menfolk.

Make a note of their techniques and then carefully avoid all future signs. Instant heartbreak preventer.

Be wary of spoilers...

(Images: All Star, Rex Features)

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