|Directed by||Tony Scott|
Loving Memory is a 1971 film directed by Tony Scott. It is the first feature film to be directed by Scott.
It concerns an elderly couple, who turn out to be a brother and sister left traumatized by the Second World War. As it also is revealed, they were involved in the accidental death of a bicycle rider by mistake. Instead of reporting the accident, they bring the body home with them.
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