These are good films, but you have to "buy in" to the mindset of these ****ers being from a different generation. Brief Encounter is about a woman thinking of an affair. But she says "my darling, I dashed thought of a pesky flirtation" or some such crap, rather than "I felt like having another bloke fuck me right in the cunt."
Odd Man Out (1947)
Despite what I spoke about above, I don't recall this being of the same "old speak" ilk. It's a tale of a wounded IRA hitman on the run in England. Don't recall much about it offhand, but I do seem to recall a scene where he stares down at a bar table at spilt beer and sees hallucinations in the bubbles of beer. Nearly gave me an erection tbh.