Corrected entry: Oscar Wilde is seen giving testimony during his trial. In Britain, defendants were not allowed to give evidence at their own criminal trials until 1898, and Wilde's trial was around 1895/6.
When Oscar Wilde visits his wife's grave near Genoa, the headstone states "Wife of Oscar Wilde". It originally stated only "Constance Mary, daughter of Horace Lloyd, Q.C." and "Wife of Oscar Wilde" was not added until later.