A film by Tony Scott
An extraordinary debut from one of Hollywood’s most bankable UK expats, Tony Scott’s Loving Memory (1970) follows an isolated brother and sister who live with their memories and a grisly secret. Critically acclaimed on its release, Loving Memory was beautifully photographed by celebrated cinematographer Chris Menges – who captures perfectly the misty mystery of the Yorkshire moors – and features a stunning, sinister performance from Rosamund Greenwood (Village of the Damned, The Witches) as a haunted innocent.
- One of the Missing (Tony Scott, 1968, 27 min): taut psychological short about the lonely fate of a confederate soldier in the American Civil War.
- Boy and Bicycle (Ridley Scott, 1965, 28 min): follows the adventures of a truant schoolboy - played by the young Tony Scott - as he cycles round Hartlepool.
- Fully illustrated booklet with newly commissioned essay by Kim Newman and production notes on the film.
English for the hard-of-hearing
Original aspect ratio
- 2 Europe (except Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus), Middle East, Egypt, Japan, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Greenland, French Overseas departments and territories
- B - Includes most European and Middle-Eastern countries, all of Africa, Australia and New Zealand