I am almost too embarrassed to post this because I worry that people will think I’m an idiot for even wondering if this movie can be identified on the basis of so little information, let alone for actually putting it out there for people to try. Well, almost too embarrassed . . .
I am trying to remember a movie I saw within the last five years. I think.
Basically, all I can remember are snippets from the last scene (or very, very close to it). The scene involves the main character of the film, an artist of some sort (?painter ?writer ?poet ?musician) who, having been knocked down a rung or two in life, goes to an English Pub (he is American, by the way). He had gone there ‘to get away from it all’. He’s basically broke, or, at least for the first time in many, many years will actually have to worry about money.
At the pub, he soon meets a young woman, clearly younger than he, who appears drunk. He drinks with her. Especially in comparison to his lovers from earlier in the movie, she is not terribly attractive and of a ‘lower’ class. They either sing together or write poetry together, I can’t recall. Despite what he might have guessed at first laying eyes on her, he enjoys her company and is having a good time. Then, within hours of meeting, they sleep together in her room at the pub (I guess she’s lodging there, or maybe she works there). Even before they go under the covers, it’s clear that they both appear very happy to have met. The End. (I think).
Told you there wasn’t much to go on.
It’s really bothering me - I recall the scene pretty clearly but not one other bit of the movie. When I try to remember more, I start to feel as if it might have even been a dream I had. But it wasn’t. It’s a real, honest-to-goodness flick. That, I’m sure of.