Four Last Songs is a 2007 British comedy-drama film starring Stanley Tucci, Rhys Ifans and Hugh Bonneville, and written and directed by Francesca Joseph. Larry (Stanley Tucci), an ex-pat piano player, settled in a remote island village seven years ago. Now he runs a small boutique hotel with his girlfriend, Miranda (Jessica Hynes). Every evening he plays the piano at a local restaurant to inattentive customers; all this has left him highly unsatisfied, and he has always wanted to do something big in life. So one day he decides to host a gala concert dedicated to a native son and noted composer, Valentin Lucinsky, whose widow Veronica (Marisa Paredes) still resides in a grand villa in the village.