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Trainspotting [Special Edition] ( Blu-Ray ) £6.85 @ Zavvi
Trainspotting [Special Edition] ( Blu-Ray ) £6.85 @ Zavvi

Trainspotting [Special Edition] ( Blu-Ray ) £6.85 @ Zavvi

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Great film. Hope it's not been posted, can't see it.

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A kinetic, intimate look inside the subculture of heroin abuse, this acclaimed adaptation of Irvine Welsh's novel follows the misadventures of Renton (Ewan McGregor), a brash twenty-something Edinburgh junkie, and his nihilistic chums Spud (Ewen Bremner), Sick Boy (Jonny Lee Miller), Tommy (Kevin McKidd), and Begbie (Robert Carlyle). Alternately comical and dark, the film ultimately comes down to Renton's choice between self-destruction or life. The stellar soundtrack should not be missed. This new release includes a brand new 40 minute feature with interviews from director Danny Boyle, screenwriter John Hodge and stars Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Ewan Bremner and Kelly MacDonald.


•40 min feature 'Memories of Trainspotting' with Danny Boyle, Andrew Macdonald, John Hodge, Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Kelly Macdonald and Robert Carlyle.
•Deleted scenes with commentary
•The Look of the Film - Then and Now
•The Sound of the Film - Then and Now
•The Beginning
•Archive Interview with Irvine Welsh
•Behind The Needle
•Danny Boyle on Trainspotting
•Ewan McGregor on Trainspotting
•Cannes Snapshot
•Cannes Vox Pops
•Trailers
•Gallery
•Feature commentary

9 Comments

This is the last film I bought on VHS, widescreen version and still sealed. It's a great film but I never feel inspired enough to watch it again. maybe one day.

Hardly an awe-inspiring conversion to blu.

The movie is over-rated in my opinion, and the transfer is horrible. I'll pass.

Amazing film, one of my all time favourites! Like Pulp Fiction and Goodfella's I could watch this once a year easily.

Awesome film, excellent transfer.

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Not a vast improvement V's R2 DVD link

Best film ever, bar none..!

Eraserhead is the best film ever.

No competition.
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