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Gregory's Girl Limited Edition BFI 4K UHD [NEW] [SLIPCOVER]

Gregory's Girl Limited Edition BFI 4K UHD [NEW] [SLIPCOVER]

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‘Witty, insightful, beautifully observed and heartbreakingly accurate’ - Time Out

Newly restored from the original camera negative the BFI are excited to announce a new 4K release of Bill Forsyth’s much-loved coming-of-age comedy Gregory’s Girl.
Gregory (John Gordon Sinclair) and his friends are starting to notice girls – particularly Dorothy (Dee Hepburn), not least because she’s on the football team and is a better player than all the boys. With counselling from his younger sister, Gregory finally asks Dorothy out, but turns up to the date only to discover that the girls at school have other plans for him.

A huge breakout hit on its original release in 1981, Gregory’s Girl was nominated for four Bafta’s, winning for Best Original Screenplay. Bill Forsyth’s classic comedy remains to this day the ultimate depiction of coming-of-age awkwardness and an enduring favourite of Scottish cinema.

  • 4K (2160p) UHD Blu-ray presentation in Dolby Vision (HDR10 compatible)
  • Limited edition including booklet and slipcase
  • The Strathclyde Tapes: Bill Forsyth (1992, 38 mins): the writer and director discusses his career and film craft with an audience of schoolchildren. He talks about the filmmaking process, themes and representations in his films and the prospect of Scotland attaining its own 'film industry'
  • Newly recorded audio commentary with Robert Buchanan, Douglas Sannachan and Caroline Guthrie
  • Audio commentary with Bill Forsyth and Mark Kermode (2014)
  • Bill Forsyth: The Early Years - an interview with the director (2014, 20 mins)
  • Gregory's Girl Memories - an interview with Clare Grogan (2014, 11 mins)
  • Dee Hepburn, Clare Grogan and John Gordon Sinclair in Conversation (2015, 31 mins): the stars of Gregory’s Girl are interviewed on stage by Sue Harris to mark the film’s 25th anniversary
  • Soundtrack gallery (2023, 13 mins): a selection of images from the BFI National Archive accompanied by composer Colin Tully’s music for Gregory’s Girl
  • Alternative US audio soundtrack
  • Original trailer
  • Illustrated booklet with new essays by Tim Blanchard, David Archibald and Claire Walker
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