In Loving Vincent (2017), Joseph Roulin asks his son Armand to deliver Vincent's last letter to his brother, Theo:
Joseph Roulin: I don't want Mr. Theo thinking that we been sitting on it. Tell him how Geno didn't even bother handing it over to me until he heard that Vincent had.
I find difficulty in understanding this last sentence. That sentence feels off, but I think "had" is referring to "handing it over", which means that Vincent gave his own letter to Joseph. But that doesn't make a lot of sense, because he'd be given the same letter twice. It honestly just feels like there's a word missing. Like "had passed", so it would mean that Geno didn't give the letter until he knew Vincent had died.