I recently saw The Longest Ride with Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood. I thought it was one of the best films I've seen in quite a while, and I found the ending to be richly satisfying. I especially liked the dialog in some scenes near the end:
Each of these lines can be interpreted two ways. Sophia's could be read as "How did you find out about this auction?" or "What prompted you to come to an auction of modern art, given that you hate it?" And Luke's could be interpreted as "I found out about this auction by receiving an invitation" or "I felt obligated because Ira invited me."
For the lawyer to address him that way instead of as "sir" indicates a warmth toward Luke, who he likely knew had saved Ira's life. It probably also reflects his pleasure that Luke was about to receive Ira's entire collection.
I took this exchange to be a ritual that they had developed to express their joy in being able to pursue their own vocations during the day and be together the rest of the time.
I had an idea for the scene where the camera starts on Portrait of Ruth and then pans to show the interior of the museum and Sophia at her desk. While this was happening, the sound track could have played part of a conversation I'm inventing between Sophia and Adrienne (her boss at the agency where she was to intern) in which the latter asks whether Sophia has any openings for interns and then earnestly congratulates her on the museum. This would have brought these characters together after Sophia had withdrawn from the internship, only this time as colleagues in the art world.