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Loving Memory
Loving Memory

Loving Memory 1970

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Loving Memory 1970 12

57 mins United Kingdom Director. Tony Scott

The debut feature by future Hollywood star director Tony Scott is a dark, surreal piece about a couple who accidentally kill a young man while out driving their car. Taking him home, the woman treats the boy as if he were her own - and as if he were still alive. She finds happiness by talking to him and bringing him cups of tea.

Directed by

Tony Scott

Featuring

Rosamund Greenwood

Roy Evans

David Pugh

Genres

Drama

Collection

The Black Box Features Great Debuts Flipside - Cult British Cinema

Certificate

12 Contains scenes of emotional upset and road accident images

Released

1970

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Production company

Scott Free Enterprises

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