Trainspotting (page 4 of 10)

The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here, Kelly Macdonald (as Diane, aka: Dianne) in a nightclub. From the book, chapter ‘Kicking Again,’ describes: ‘Renton's wandering eyes now keep stopping at this slim girl with straight, longish brown hair, slightly turned up at the edges. She has a good tan and delicate features tastefully picked out by makeup. (…) Renton feels the blood leave his stomach when the woman puts her hands in her pockets, displaying visible panty lines. That is the moment for him. ’ Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here in a nightclub, from left, an American girl (unidentified) and Jonny Lee Miller (as Simon, "Sick Boy"). From the book, chapter ‘Kicking Again,’ describes: ‘Sick Boy never goes into any details about his sexual adventures. His discretion, however, is only observed in order to torment his less sexually prolific friends rather than as a mark of respect for the women he gets involved with.’ Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here, Ewan McGregor (as Mark Renton, aka: "Rent Boy") in a nightclub. From the book, chapter ‘Kicking Again,’ Rent Boy describes, ‘People come to this place for one reason, and one reason only. However, the night is still relatively young, and the camouflage of drinking, talking and listening to music does not, at this point, seem too obvious.’ Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here in a nightclub; with A Clockwork Orange-themed writing on the wall; from left, Ewen Bremner (as "Spud" Murphy) and Kevin McKidd (as Thomas "Tommy" MacKenzie). Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here from left, Ewan McGregor (as Mark Renton, aka: "Rent Boy") and Jonny Lee Miller as (Simon "Sick Boy"). Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here, a 1978 Panasonic NV 8600 model VHS tape player machine. Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here, Ewan McGregor (as Mark Renton, aka: "Rent Boy") holds up a video tape package titled 100 Great Goals, and casually asks Tommy, “Can I borrow this?” Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here: Kevin McKidd (as Thomas "Tommy" MacKenzie), in his flat, on a workout weight bench. Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here in an upper pub floor, Robert Carlyle (as Begbie). From the book, chapter: ‘Relapsing’, Rent Boy describes: ‘Then it happens. / Aw ah did wis put a pint ay Export in front ay Begbie. He takes one fuckin gulp oot ay it; then he throws the empty gless fae his last pint straight ower the balcony, in a casual, backhand motion. It's one ay they chunky, panelled glesses wi a handle, n ah kin see it spinnin through the air oot ay the corner ay ma eye.’ Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here in an upper pub floor, Robert Carlyle (as Begbie). From the movie, Begbie recounting, “Picture the scene. The other fucking week ya, doing the fucking volley, me and Tommy playing pool. I'm playing like Paul fucking Newman by the way. Giving the boy here the tanning of a lifetime.” Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.