Love You More
Love You More

Love You More

Director Sam Taylor-Wood

Production year 2008

Length 15min.

Country UK


Summer, 1978. London. After school Peter goes to the local record shop to buy the new Buzzcocks single, Love You More. As he's flicking through the rack of “New Releases” his classmate Georgia comes in. She's after the same record. But there's only one copy. Georgia invites him to listen to the record with her. When they go to her bedroom, Georgia throws herself at Peter. They devour each other – a frenzy of skin and limbs, the energy of the music propelling them into losing their virginities. Georgia walks Peter home. He's madly in love. Georgia walks away from him. Perhaps she will never love him more than she did today.


Sam Taylor-Wood
Sam Taylor-Wood



Caroline Harvey, Patrick Marber, Anthony Minghella, Sam Taylor-Wood


Patrick Marber

Director of Photography

Seamus McGarvey

Production designer

Alice Normington

Music by



Eddy Joseph


Eddy Joseph


Harry Treadaway, Andrea Riseborough

Production company(ies)

ove You More Films Ltd

Sam Taylor-Wood

Born 1967, Croydon, England. She is a filmmaker, photographer and conceptual artist. Began exhibiting fine art photography in the early 1990s. Her directorial feature film debut was in 2009 with Nowhere Boy, a film based on the childhood experiences of the Beatles song writer and singer John Lennon.


Destricted (segment Death Valley, 2006), Love You More (2008); Nowhere Boy (2009)

FILMS 2010