While he is wondering the streets though, he passes by the art gallery and sees his portrait of Katharine 'Kitty' March being sold for $10,000. He gets his last look at her face and then reminded that he was a great painter that could have had it all, money & freedom, but now is just a haunted, tortured soul.
On The Beach in Revere, Ma
Well said, Draac. I just saw this for the first time, on TCM. Cold weird movie, it you ask me. I suppose Kitty was meant to be a prostitute, which makes the story even sadder. I felt sorry for the pimp character Johnny at the end. He didn't deserve that, as mean as he was.
"Did you make coffee...? Make it!"--Cheyenne.
I think he did deserve it.
Johnny deserved everything he got