Perhaps the most influential, certainly the most hotly debated, UK film of the '90s. Brought to you by the writer-producer-director team that made their debut with SHALLOW GRAVE, TRAINSPOTTING is a rambling chronicle of high times in low company -- DRUGSTORE COWBOY goes
to Edinburgh. By turns cheeky, surreal, exhilarating and stomach-churning, it follows assorted days in the lives of mangy Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) and the scabby crew of junkies, deadbeats, thieves, liars and nut jobs he calls friends. Renton may be a degenerate boil on society's backside, but
he also makes a clever, witty screen hero. Though the film softens the edges of Irvine Welsh's book, it ...