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Ã¢â¬Â¢ Deleted Scenes
Ã¢â¬Â¢ "Trainspotting Retrospective" featurette
Ã¢â¬Â¢ "The Making of Trainspotting" featurette
Ã¢â¬Â¢ Cannes Film Festival Interviews
Ã¢â¬Â¢ Theatrical Teaser and Trailer
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*Great photography style and quality. Every scene is fascinating.
*Interesting group of characters, with lots of interesting and memorable moments.
*Good dialogue (and good monologues).
*Very interesting, broad view of the issue of drug addiction. It accurately captures the good and evil of it. It is a little thought-provoking.
*Has some funny parts and some sad dramatic parts.
The Bad Things
*A couple of really gross scenes (one involving the worst toilet in Scottland, and the other involving flying feces).
*Accents are intense, almost unbelievably so.
*Some extremely wierd parts.
*Pretty wierd plot.
Stylish and hip, this film is never dull. It is filled with memorable scenes and dialogue. The characters are mesmerizing. At its core, this film approaches the issue of drug addiction objectively, revealing both the good and the bad that it perpetuates. Altogether, it's a very interesting portrayal. Anybody who is interested in this kind of material should check this out.