Tony Scott's (True Romance, Top Gun, Days of Thunder ) first feature, Loving Memory (1970) was made with assistance from the BFI's Production Board. Beautifully photographed by acclaimed cinematographer Chris Menges - who captures the misty mystery of the Yorkshire moors - the film follows the story of a brother and sister living alone with their memories and a macabre secret. Now one of Hollywood's most bankable UK ex-pats, the then 26 year-old Tony Scott's low budget film achieved critical praise and plaudits for its strong narrative, going on to open the new NFT 2 in September 1970. Also Included here as an extra is Scott's earlier short film, One of the Missing (1968) and Ridley Scott's 1965 short Boy and Bicycle (1965).

Special Features:

  • One of the Missing (1968, 26min) An early, taught psychological drama directed by Tony Scott
  • Boy and Bicycle (1965, 27min) Starring Tony Scott and directed by his brother Ridley Scott.
  • All content newly transferred to HD from original film elements held in the BFI National Archive.
  • Fully illustrated booklet featuring essays, credits and biographical information
studio:
BFI
Director:
Tony Scott
Certificate:
15
Actor:
David Pugh
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
2
Region:
B
Brand:
BFI

Loving Memory (Includes Blu-Ray and DVD Copy)

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Tony Scott's (True Romance, Top Gun, Days of Thunder ) first feature, Loving Memory (1970) was made with assistance from the BFI's Production Board. Beautifully photographed by acclaimed cinematographer Chris Menges - who captures the misty mystery of the Yorkshire moors - the film follows the story of a brother and sister living alone with their memories and a macabre secret. Now one of Hollywood's most bankable UK ex-pats, the then 26 year-old Tony Scott's low budget film achieved critical praise and plaudits for its strong narrative, going on to open the new NFT 2 in September 1970. Also Included here as an extra is Scott's earlier short film, One of the Missing (1968) and Ridley Scott's 1965 short Boy and Bicycle (1965).

Special Features:

  • One of the Missing (1968, 26min) An early, taught psychological drama directed by Tony Scott
  • Boy and Bicycle (1965, 27min) Starring Tony Scott and directed by his brother Ridley Scott.
  • All content newly transferred to HD from original film elements held in the BFI National Archive.
  • Fully illustrated booklet featuring essays, credits and biographical information
studio:
BFI
Director:
Tony Scott
Certificate:
15
Actor:
David Pugh
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
2
Region:
B
Brand:
BFI
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