The night before Harry Nilsson died, he and his wife watched the movie Enchanted April.


The last night of Harry's life, we had a very busy day, and we went to bed and we're watching a movie, Enchanted April. I wasn't able to stay awake to the end of the movie. And I said "Oh, I'm sorry Harry. I'm going to fall asleep. And he said, "I want you to know, I love you soooooooo much" - making this "so" as long as he could. And that's the last thing he ever said to me.

-- Una Nilsson (2006) [1]


Enchanted April is a 1991 British film directed by Mike Newell. The screenplay by Peter Barnes was adapted from Elizabeth von Arnim's 1922 novel The Enchanted April. It stars Miranda Richardson, Josie Lawrence, Polly Walker, and Joan Plowright, with Alfred Molina, Michael Kitchen, and Jim Broadbent in supporting roles.