Loving Memory

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Loving Memory
Directed by Tony Scott
Written by Tony Scott
Starring Rosamund Greenwood
Roy Evans
David Pugh
Release date
Running time
57 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Loving Memory is a 1971 drama film written and directed by Tony Scott, credited as Anthony Scott. This 57 minute film was made 12 years before Scott's feature directorial debut, The Hunger.


The film concerns an elderly couple, who turn out to be a brother and sister left traumatized by the Second World War. As is also revealed, they were involved in the accidental death of a bicycle rider. Instead of reporting the accident, they bring the body home with them.


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