When You Get What You Want

Team FC

Characters in movies are always chasing something - treasures or terrorists or true love. In a sea of perfectly cathartic resolutions, there's a handful of movies that show what actually happens when you get what you want - a glorious mess of joy, relief, anticipation, doubt and confusion - often in that order. Because does anything really fill that void ever so perfectly?
In The Graduate, Benjamin & Elaine cycle through these emotions after boarding the bus. As they look at each other taking turns - they're thinking of what they've just done and what's ahead for them - and we know that because we're thinking the exact same thing.
How long the camera holds and how well the actors emote is proportional to the rate at which your mind considers all possibilities. (Remember Master Of None S2's famous 5 minute cab ride?)
What other such scenes can you think of?