Trainspotting  



Choose life.

Trainspotting (1996)

Watch Movie on Amazon

DramaCrime

What do you think of Trainspotting?

♥ Buy Trainspotting Products

Trainspotting Movie Overview

Mark Renton, deeply immersed in the Edinburgh drug scene, tries to clean up and get out, despite the allure of the drugs and influence of friends.

Director: Danny Boyle
Writer: John Hodge

Release Date: 1996-02-23
Status: Released
Run time: 93 min / 1:33
Budget: $4,000,000
Revenue: $16,491,080
Production Companies : Channel Four Films, Noel Gay Motion Picture Company, Figment Films, Miramax, Film4 Productions
Production Country: United Kingdom
Release Date: 1996-02-23
Status: Released
Run time: 93 min / 1:33
Budget: $4,000,000
Revenue: $16,491,080

Watch Trainspotting Movie Now



Tags: dramacrime trainspotting chooselife.united kingdom john hodge danny boyle trainspotting 1996   Trainspotting German   Trainspotting Spanish   Trainspotting French   Trainspotting Italian   Trainspotting Georgian   Trainspotting Dutch   Trainspotting Russian  


Casts

Ewan McGregor
as Mark "Rent Boy" Renton
Ewen Bremner
as Daniel "Spud" Murphy
Jonny Lee Miller
as Simon "Sick Boy" Williamson
Robert Carlyle
as Francis "Franco" Begbie
Kelly Macdonald
as Diane Coulston
Kevin McKidd
as Thomas "Tommy" MacKenzie
Peter Mullan
as Swanney "Mother Superior"
James Cosmo
as Mr. Renton
Eileen Nicholas
as Mrs. Renton
Susan Vidler
as Allison
Pauline Lynch
as Lizzy
Shirley Henderson
as Gail Houston
Stuart McQuarrie
as Gavin Temperley
Keith Allen
as Dealer
Kevin Allen
as Andreas
Irvine Welsh
as Mikey Forrester
Eddie Nestor
as Estate Agent
Annie Louise Ross
as Gail's Mother
Billy Riddoch
as Gail's Father
Dale Winton
as Game Show Host
Hugh Ross
as Man
Victor Eadie
as Man 2
Kate Donnelly
as Woman

Crew

Directing Danny Boyle Director
Writing Irvine Welsh Author
Writing John Hodge Screenplay
Production Andrew Macdonald Producer
Camera Brian Tufano Director of Photography
Editing Masahiro Hirakubo Editor
Production Andy Pryor Casting
Production Gail Stevens Casting
Art Kave Quinn Production Design
Art Tracey Gallacher Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Robert McCann Makeup Artist
Production Lesley Stewart Production Manager
Costume & Make-Up Rachael Fleming Costume Design
Directing David Gilchrist First Assistant Director
Art Irene Harris Art Department Assistant
Art Niki Longmuir Assistant Art Director
Art Paul Curren Painter
Art Stewart Cunningham Standby Painter
Camera Adrian McCarthy Grip
Camera Simon Bray Steadicam Operator
Camera Liam Longman Still Photographer
Camera Mike Valentine Underwater Camera
Costume & Make-Up Robert McCann Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Graham Johnston Makeup Designer
Costume & Make-Up Penny Crawford Set Dressing Artist
Crew Brian Adams Carpenter
Crew Eric Smith Driver
Crew Lewis Buchan Loader
Crew Stuart Clarke Scenic Artist
Crew William Adams Security
Sound Colin Nicolson Sound Recordist
Crew Scott Cowan Utility Stunts
Directing Anne Coulter Script Supervisor
Sound Richard Fettes Dialogue Editor
Lighting Mark Ritchie Best Boy Electric
Lighting Arthur Donnelly Electrician
Lighting Willie Cadden Gaffer
Production Andrew Bainbridge Location Manager
Production Jenifer Booth Production Accountant
Production Shellie Smith Production Coordinator
Sound Tony Cook Boom Operator
Sound James Boyle Assistant Sound Editor
Sound Jonathan Miller Sound Effects Editor
Crew David Aukin Thanks

Similar Movies



















Trainspotting Web Search

Choose life.

Watch Movie on Amazon Buy Movie Ticket Deal

Watch Trainspotting Movie Online

Trainspotting Movie Reviews

Choose life.

Watch Movie on Amazon Buy Movie Ticket Deal

Add your Review


Download Movie

  • Audience Reviews for Trainspotting ½ Whenever a film tackles a controversial subject matter, you can bet your bottom dollar that someone will accuse it of glamourising or glorifying said subject.

  • The reason there is a fierce joy in “Trainspotting,” despite the appalling things that happen in it, is that it's basically about friends in need. The movie, based on a popular novel by Irvine Welsh, is about a crowd of heroin addicts who run together in Edinburgh.

  • Trainspotting is the story of a humor, violence, goofiness, abuse, friendship and sadness in heroin-addicted Scotland. It's a really vulgar film, with lots of disgusting scatological humor, pointless violence, and the pain of a life on heroin.

  • This immersive British import at Roy Arias Stages puts a crusty toilet in the center of the audience, but it lacks the film version’s sense of seamy tragedy.

  • Trainspotting movie reviews & Metacritic score: Renton (Ewan McGregor), a twenty-something junkie, is deeply immersed in the Edinburgh drug scene. He must ch...

  • Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Trainspotting at Amazon.com. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

  • 5 / 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars. This supercharged 1996 story of drugs, violence and growing up has lost none of its edge ahead of the release of sequel T2 Trainspotting is supercharged with ...

  • Peter Travers commends 'Trainspotting' for its "insight, wild invention and outrageous wit." ...

  • T2 Trainspotting is a far superior film in terms of displaying what the world is like and how technology is consuming us on a daily basis, which is not something that the first film could benefit ...

  • Trainspotting is a 1996 British black comedy film directed by Danny Boyle and starring Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller, Kevin McKidd, Robert Carlyle, and Kelly Macdonald in her acting debut. ... In his review for The Guardian, ...