Loving Memory

Tony Scott’s acclaimed debut follows an isolated brother and sister who live with their memories and a grisly secret.

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.

Special features

  • 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.

Product information

    • Certificate

      12

    • Colour

      Black/white

    • Sound

      Sound

    • Running time

      52mins

    • Subtitles

      English for the hard-of-hearing

    • Original aspect ratio

      1.66:1

    • DVD region

      • 2 Europe (except Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus), Middle East, Egypt, Japan, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Greenland, French Overseas departments and territories

    • Blu-ray region

      • B - Includes most European and Middle-Eastern countries, all of Africa, Australia and New Zealand

    • Catalogue number

      BFIB1077

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