...books/movies that you're fond of not because of their content, but because of the context in which you read/watched them? Mine would be Bridge to Terabithia. My teacher read it aloud to the class, all seated on the carpet, when I was in grade 5. I was a recent immigrant at the time and wasn't good at English, so I couldn't understand most of it. The only parts I remember now were a discussion about going to church, something about a bully, and something about Leslie dying and the narrator running around, afraid to stop but not knowing why he's running. At the time, I didn't know what church was, nor what religion was, nor why Leslie was swinging across the rope that led to her death. It's somewhat of a miracle that seven years later, I remembered the name of the book well enough to find it on the Internet. I just watched the movie Bridge to Terabithia, seven years after I heard the story, and can FINALLY say that I understand the plot. I thought it would be interesting to hear about what books or movies you guys are fond of because of the memories they bring back, and why.