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Irvine Welshs großes Finale von "Trainspotting"Danny Boyles "Trainspotting 2" basiert wie der erste Teil auf einem Roman von Irvine Welsh. Zehn Jahre später haben Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor), Sick Boy . bent-magazine.com - Kaufen Sie Trainspotting (Neue Version) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu. Trainspotting. Lorenz Mutschlechner. Freitag, August Drama, Filmtipp, Komödie, Krimi, UK. Kritik; Credits; Kaufen. Kritik. Der Film beginnt mit einem.
Trainspotting Our picks tonight VideoTrainspotting Official Trailer #1 [HD] Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller Trainspotting was the highest-grossing British film of , and at the time it was the fourth highest grossing British film in history. The film made £12 million in the domestic market and $72 million internationally. Based on a cost-to-return ratio, Trainspotting was the most profitable film of the year. Critical reception. The characters in “Trainspotting” are violent (they attack a tourist on the street) and carelessly amoral (no one, no matter how desperate, should regard a baby the way they seem to). The legends they rehearse about each other are all based on screwing up, causing pain, and taking outrageous steps to find or avoid drugs. Trainspotting is cult-classic directed by Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) and stars Ewan McGregor (Star Wars prequels) as Mark Renton, a heroin addict struggling to rid himself of addiction. Trainspotting. Home. About the film () Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller and Kelly Macdonald star in Danny Boyle's audaciously innovative and darkly comedic Film4. Trainspotting is a term or reference used for people that have probably too much spare time on their hands, and have the ability to draw on useless information that seems relevant at the time. "you only live twice?" - runnig time? - min. Trainspotting – Neue Helden (original: Trainspotting) ist ein schottisches Filmdrama des Regisseurs Danny Boyle aus dem Jahr Es handelt sich um eine. Trainspotting bezeichnet: das hobbymäßige Beobachten von Zügen, siehe Spotter#Eisenbahn · Trainspotting (Roman), Roman von Irvine Welsh (), der in. bent-magazine.com - Kaufen Sie Trainspotting (Neue Version) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu. In ihrem Heimatland Großbritannien haben Regisseur Danny Boyle, Drehbuchautor John Hodge und Produzent Andrew Macdonald sogar eine "Trainspotting"-.
He also went to Glasgow and met people from the Calton Athletic Recovery Group, an organisation of recovering heroin addicts, who play the opposing football team in the opening credits.
He was taught how to cook up heroin with a spoon using glucose powder. Many of the book's stories and characters were dropped to create a cohesive script of adequate length.
Danny Boyle had his actors prepare by making them watch older films about rebellious youths like The Hustler and A Clockwork Orange.
Due to time constraints and a tight budget, most scenes were done in one take, which contributed to the grungy look of the film.
For example, when Renton sinks into the floor after overdosing on heroin, the crew built a platform above a trap door and lowered the actor down.
MacDonald worked with Miramax Films to sell the film as a British Pulp Fiction ,  flooding the market with postcards, posters, books, soundtrack albums and a revamped music video for " Lust for Life " by Iggy Pop directed by Boyle.
Prior to its release in the United States, Miramax , the film's US distributor, requested that some of the dialogue be dubbed so the film would be easier to understand for American viewers unfamiliar with Scottish slang.
Trainspotting was able to portray itself as British and as an 'exotic' element to the international market while also staying relevant to the American public, making it an international success in its marketing.
Although set in Edinburgh , almost all of the film was shot in Glasgow , apart from the opening scenes which were shot in Edinburgh, and the final scenes which were shot in London.
The Trainspotting soundtracks were two best-selling albums of music centred around the film. The first is a collection of songs featured in the film, while the second includes those left out from the first soundtrack and extra songs that inspired the filmmakers during production.
The soundtrack for Trainspotting has gone on to become a pop culture phenomenon. Finally, there is the techno-dance music from the s, including Underworld , Bedrock and Ice MC.
Through the years, acclaim for the soundtrack has been sustained. In , Vanity Fair ranked the Trainspotting original soundtrack at number 7 for best motion picture soundtrack in history.
Additionally, Entertainment Weekly ranked the Trainspotting soundtrack as 17th on their best movie soundtracks list. With Oasis dominating the singles chart, and the Spice Girls on the rise, the face of pop shifted from guitars to digitised beats.
Trainspotting was screened at the Cannes Film Festival but was shown out of competition,  according to the filmmakers, due to its subject.
It initially opened in eight theatres in the U. The site's critical consensus reads: "A brutal, often times funny, other times terrifying portrayal of drug addiction in Edinburgh.
Not for the faint of heart, but well worth viewing as a realistic and entertaining reminder of the horrors of drug use".
If we Brits can make movies this good about subjects this horrific, what chance does Tinseltown have? American film critic Roger Ebert gave the film three out of four stars and praised its portrayal of addicts' experiences with each other.
Whether he's staging a fumbly sex montage to Sleeper 's version of " Atomic " or having Renton go cold turkey to the ominous slow build of Underworld 's "Dark and Long" Trainspotting keeps us wired to the pulse of its characters' passions".
Nor does it really have the dramatic range to cope with such wild extremes. Most of it sticks to the same moderate pitch, with entertainment value enhanced by Mr.
Boyle's savvy use of wide angles, bright colours, attractively clean compositions and a dynamic pop score". Rolling Stone ' s Peter Travers wrote, "the film's flash can't disguise the emptiness of these blasted lives.
Trainspotting is 90 minutes of raw power that Boyle and a bang-on cast inject right into the vein". The film's release sparked controversy in some countries, including Britain, Australia and the United States, as to whether or not it promoted and romanticized drug use.
Senator Bob Dole accused it of moral depravity and glorifying drug use during the U. Time magazine ranked Trainspotting as the third best film of The film had an immediate effect on popular culture.
In , Trainspotting was ranked in the tenth spot by the British Film Institute BFI in its list of Top British films of all time,  while in the magazine Total Film named it the fourth greatest British film of all time.
That same year, Channel 4 named it as the greatest British film of all time. The film title is a reference to a scene in the book where Begbie and Renton meet "an auld drunkard" who turns out to be Begbie's estranged father, in the disused Leith Central railway station , which they are using as a toilet.
He asks them if they are "trainspottin ' ". The public information film Pirate Videos: Daylight Robbery , features a young man trying to return an ostensibly pirated copy of Trainspotting he had purchased from a local car boot sale.
The seller rebuffs the man's claim that he "can't understand a word" by implying that the thick Scottish accents heard in the film were to blame, rather than garbled audio that is sometimes present on pirated cassettes.
This PIF was appended to the beginning of nearly every rental VHS tape in the UK from late until at least or , usually immediately after the Beware of Illegal Video Cassettes warning.
It was also present on many retail tapes sold during that time period as well. Trainspotting was nominated for two British Academy Film Awards in , Best British Film and John Hodge for Best Adapted Screenplay.
The film won the Golden Space Needle the award for Best Film at the Seattle International Film Festival. Ewan McGregor was named Best Actor from the London Film Critics Circle , BAFTA Scotland Awards, and Empire magazine.
Music has great importance in Boyle's films, as evident by the best-selling soundtracks for Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire , both of which feature many pop and punk rock artists.
In Boyle's view, songs can be "amazing things to use because they obviously bring a lot of baggage with them. They may have painful associations, and so they inter-breathe with the material you're using".
The combination of images and music with the setting of the criminal underworld has drawn comparisons to Pulp Fiction and the films of Quentin Tarantino , that had spawned a certain type of "90s indie cinema" which "strove to dazzle the viewer with self-conscious cleverness and empty shock tactics".
For the look of the film, Boyle was influenced by the colours of Francis Bacon's paintings, which represented "a sort of in-between land — part reality, part fantasy".
Boyle had declared his wish to make a sequel to Trainspotting which would take place nine years after the original film, based on Irvine Welsh's sequel, Porno.
He was reportedly waiting until the original actors themselves aged visibly enough to portray the same characters, ravaged by time; Boyle joked that the natural vanity of actors would make it a long wait.
Ewan McGregor stated in an interview that he would return for a sequel, saying "I'm totally up for it. I'd be so chuffed to be back on set with everybody and I think it would be an extraordinary experience.
In , Boyle said he wanted to make a sequel that would be loosely based on Porno which he has described as "not a great book in the way that Trainspotting , the original novel, is genuinely a masterpiece".
Boyle said that if the sequel happens would be the release date. On 6 May , during a BBC Radio interview with Richard Bacon, Welsh confirmed that he had spent a week with Boyle, Andrew Macdonald and the creative team behind Trainspotting to discuss the sequel.
Welsh stated that the meeting was in order to "explore the story and script ideas. We're not interested in doing something that will trash the legacy of Trainspotting.
We want to do something that's very fresh and contemporary. In a newspaper interview with The Scotsman on 17 November , Welsh revealed that McGregor and Boyle had resolved their differences and had held meetings about the film, saying "I know Danny and Ewan are back in touch with each other again.
There are others in the cast who've had a rocky road, but now also reconciled. With the Trainspotting sequel the attention is going to be even more intense this time round because the first was such a great movie—and Danny's such a colossus now.
We're all protective of the Trainspotting legacy and we want to make a film that adds to that legacy and doesn't take away from it.
On 7 September , at the Telluride Film Festival , Boyle stated his next film would be a sequel, tentatively titled Trainspotting 2.
In a September , interview with ComingSoon. While promoting Steve Jobs in November , Boyle reiterated the hopes of beginning principal photography for the sequel in May and June , and started pre-production in Edinburgh.
Boyle also clarified that John Hodge had written an original screenplay for the sequel, which would not be a strict adaptation of Porno. An earlier script was reportedly written about ten years prior, but was scrapped and redone so that the original cast would agree to return for a film sequel.
The working title for the sequel was T2. In a November phone interview with NME , Robert Carlyle confirmed he would be returning for the sequel to play Begbie.
According to Carlyle, he and other members of the Trainspotting cast had already read John Hodge's script, which would take place 20 years much like its intended release after the original plot.
Filming started on 16 May ,  Carlyle praised Hodge's screenplay and hinted that T2 "is going to be quite emotional for people. Because the film sort of tells you to think about yourself.
You are going to be thinking: 'Fuck. What have I done with my life? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Taglines: Choose life. Choose a job.
Choose a starter home. Choose dental insurance, leisure wear and matching luggage. Choose your future. But why would anyone want to do a thing like that?
Genres: Drama. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Danny Boyle was excited by the story's potential to be the "most energetic film you've ever seen - about something that ultimately ends up in purgatory or worse.
Goofs When Diane meets Spud lying comatose on the street, a bus passes by in the background. The bus is orange, which is the colour of Glasgow City buses, but the movie is set in Edinburgh where the buses are maroon and cream.
Quotes [ first lines ] Mark "Rent-boy" Renton : [ narrating ] Choose Life. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a fucking big television, choose washing machines, cars, compact disc players and electrical tin openers.
Choose good health, low cholesterol, and dental insurance. Choose fixed interest mortgage repayments. Choose your friends.
Choose leisurewear and matching luggage. Choose a three-piece suit on hire purchase in a range of fucking fabrics.
Choose DIY and wondering who the fuck Crazy Credits Profile pictures of the cast are shown during the beginning of the end credits.
Alternate Versions The first 20 minutes of the film had some re-dubbing for the USA release to make the dialogue more intelligible for American audiences.
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Q: What is Sick Boy's actual name? Q: Why does Spud mess up his interview? Edit Details Official Sites: Official Facebook Official site.
Country: UK. Language: English. Budget: GBP1,, estimated. Runtime: 93 min min director's cut. Sound Mix: Dolby SR. Color: Color.
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Trainspotting is the practice of watching trains, particularly as a hobby, with the aim of noting distinctive characteristics. Trainspotting came to the attention of most Americans through the film of that name directed by Danny Boyle, and based on the book by Irvine Welsh.
The practice and name of trainspotting had been well established in the United Kingdom for decades prior to this, dating back to the years shortly after the Second World War.
One who engages in trainspotting is a trainspotter. Train-spotting is evidently a serious business, and following my reference to the club in North Hull, I am told by year-old R.
Evans, of Hessle, that a flourishing club has been in existence locally since last December. Fines Follow Boys' "Train Spotting" — headline Gloucester Citizen Gloucester, Eng.
To railway officials the 1. But to the 40 or 50 kiddies who regularly crowd into it on Saturdays its the "Train Spotters' Special.
Stations Ban 'Train-Spotters' — Boys A Nuisance — headline The Daily Telegraph London, Eng. Words We're Watching talks about words we are increasingly seeing in use but that have not yet met our criteria for entry.
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