Trainspotting (page 9 of 10)

The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here, Ewan McGregor (as Mark Renton, aka: "Rent 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, Gilbert the Dealer’s briefcase with 2,000 UK pounds per bundle. The negotiated price for the heroin, 16,000 pounds. 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, Keith Allen (as Gilbert, the Dealer). 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 crossing the street, from left: Jonny Lee Miller (as Simon "Sick Boy"), Ewan McGregor (as Mark Renton, aka: "Rent Boy"), Ewen Bremner (as "Spud" Murphy), and Robert Carlyle (as Francis "Franco" Begbie). 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, Robert Carlyle (as Francis “Franco” Begbie), during the bus ride to London. From the book, chapter ‘Exit’: ‘Begbie hisses at Renton. He looks around, staring at the other passengers, feeling a desperate need for one, just one, to make eye-contact, to give him a target to unleash the fury within him which threatens to overwhelm him, and fuck the consequences.’ 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 bus toilet, 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.


The movie “Trainspotting”, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, directed by Danny Boyle. Seen here in a bus toilet, 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 on the floor, Ewan McGregor (as Mark Renton, aka: "Rent Boy"), having to test the quality of heroin. In the foreground, facing him, left to right, Spud, Sick Boy, Begbie and Mikey . 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"), having to test the quality of heroin. From the movie, in voiceover: “What no one told me was that when we bought the skag, some lucky punter would have to try it out. Begbie didn't trust Spud and Sick Boy was too careful these days, so I rolled up my sleeve, I spiked my vein, and did what had to be done.” 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 mourning the death of Tommy, from left: Ewan McGregor (as Mark Renton, aka: "Rent Boy"), Ewen Bremner (as "Spud" Murphy), Shirley Henderson (as Gail Houston), Robert Carlyle (as Francis Begbie) 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.