Dir: Bill Forsyth
Starring: John Gordon Sinclair and Carly McKinnon
A school teacher lusts after a schoolgirl while ignoring the love offered by a colleague
Despite the eighteen-year gap this romantic comedy is in fact the sequel to the highly acclaimed 1981 film Gregory’s Girl, but unlike the first movie which was ‘trainless’, this sequel features a number of railway scenes. The first of these features a pair of Class 303 EMUs at Gourock station, terminus of a branch from Paisley Gilmour Street. The second is a shot of a Class 150/2 ‘Sprinter’ DMU entering an unknown tunnel. There are also a number of scenes that appear to have been filmed onboard Class 101 DMUs in their final few years of operation with ScotRail. It should be noted that the title of the film is ‘Gregory’s Two Girls’ despite references to the film almost exclusively using the number: ‘2 Girls’.