Trainspotting (page 6 of 10)

The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here, 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, preparing to use heroin at Swanney’s flat. 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"), Ewen Bremner (as "Spud" Murphy), and Jonny Lee Miller (as Simon, "Sick Boy"). They are on the moor in Highland, Scotland. 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, backs to camera, Ewan McGregor (as Mark Renton, aka: "Rent Boy"), Kevin McKidd (as Thomas "Tommy" MacKenzie), and Ewen Bremner (as "Spud" Murphy). Tommy points across the moor, suggesting a hiking destination. They are at Corrour Station, Highland, Scotland. 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: Ewen Bremner (as "Spud" Murphy), Kevin McKidd (as Thomas "Tommy" MacKenzie), 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 from left, Kelly Macdonald (as Diane, aka: Dianne) and Ewan McGregor (as Mark Renton, aka: "Rent Boy"). From the book, chapter ‘Kicking Again,’ describes: ‘Dianne was ready. With less makeup on than last night, she looked about sixteen, two years older than she was. As they hit the streets, Renton felt relieved to be leaving the house, but a little embarrassed in case anyone he knew saw them.’ 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, Billy Riddoch (as Gail's Father) gets splattered. 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, Annie Louise Ross (as Gail's Mother). 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 at breakfast, from left, Shirley Henderson (as Gail Houston), and Billy Riddoch (as Gail's Father). 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, Ewen Bremner (as "Spud" Murphy). Theatrical release in United Kingdom, February 23, 1996. Screen capture. Copyright © 1995 Channel Four Television Corporation. Credit: © 1995 Channel Four Films / Courtesy: Pyxurz.