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Loving Memory (BFI) in August

BFI have announced the UK Dual Format Edition release of Loving Memory on 23rd August 2010. The feature debut of Tony Scott, Loving Memory is the dark tale of a mysterious brother and sister who live in isolation with their memories and a grisly secret.

Packaged in a Dual Format Edition (DVD and Blu-ray discs) and priced at £19.99 RRP, features include:

  • 1.66:1 / English HOH subtitles
  • Disc 1: BD25 / 1080p / 24fps / PCM mono audio (48k/16-bit)
  • Disc 2: DVD5 / PAL / PCM mono audio (48k/16-bit)
  • All films presented in High Definition and Standard Definition (Blu-ray and DVD)
  • One of the Missing (Tony Scott, 1968, 27 mins): taught psychological short about the lonely fate of a confederate soldier in the American Civil War
  • Boy and Bicycle (Ridley Scott, 1965, 28 mins): follows the adventures of a truant schoolboy – played by the young Tony Scott – as he cycles around Hartlepool
  • Illustrated booklet with newly commissioned essays The Films of Tony and Ridley Scott by Kim Newman and The Scott Brothers and the BFI by Christophe Dupin; film notes, original stills and full cast and crew credits

Also out on 23rd August from the BFI on Blu-ray are The Innocents (Jack Clayton, 1961), The Edge of the World (Michael Powell, 1937) and A Zed & Two Noughts (Peter Greenaway, 1985). Expect more details next week.

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