BFI Player

See something different.

BFI Player subscription

Subscription-only classic and cult films from across the decades

14-day trial, then £4.99 a month — cancel any time

Explore now

BFI Shop

From the BFI Shop

It Couldn’t Happen Here (dual format edition)

Jack Bond directs the Pet Shop Boys - newly restored to Blu-ray/DVD.



The Good Die Young (dual format edition)

Lewis Gilbert’s gritty British noir on Blu-ray for the first time.



The Guinea Pig (dual format edition)

A young Richard Attenborough stars in this 1948 classic.



Takeshi Kitano Collection (3-disc Blu-ray set)

A Blu-ray collection of three films directed by Takeshi ‘Beat’ Kitano.



Maborosi (Blu-ray)

Hirokazu Koreeda’s debut feature from 1995.



BFI Gift Membership

12 months BFI membership.


Buy now

What’s on

Highlights at BFI venues

  • BFI at home

    BFI at home

    See thousands of free films from the BFI National Archive, catch a programme of contemporary and classic cinema on BFI Player, and read the latest from Sight & Sound.

  • BFI Southbank

    BFI Southbank

    We are very pleased to welcome you back to BFI Southbank from 1 September 2020.



    Following government guidelines BFI IMAX is closed until further notice.

Sight & Sound

Lynn + Lucy review: lost in the fog of grief

Both working class character study and low-key melodrama, Fyzal Boulifa’s debut is a taut study of the perils of losing one’s own course – with a breakout performance from Roxanne Scrimshaw, writes Hannah McGill.
Hannah McGill
Friday 3 July 2020

More from Sight & Sound

Support the BFI

Become a BFI Member

Enjoy priority booking for BFI Southbank and BFI London Film Festival, as well as many more benefits all year round.

Join today

Explore film & TV

BFI National Archive

We hold a magnificent collection of film and television, from the birth of cinema to today.

Read more

British certification & tax relief

British certification

Qualify for tax relief through the cultural test for film, animation programmes, high-end television and video games.

Read more

Follow @bfi

BFI on Twitter

Back to the top

See something different

Subscribe now for exclusive offers and the best of cinema.