You've read the book, seen the film, and heard if the play. And now, just in case there was any danger of addicts getting withdrawal symptoms, comes Trainspotting, the official Web site.
As far removed from the 8.15 Euston to Glasgow Express as you can possibly get, the site is a must for anyone who needs an extra fix of the black comedy which, for the benefit of those who refused to see it because of the media tripe slagging it off, is not a pro-drugs movie.
The site is divided into two sections. The first is an introduction to the characters where you can find out what's radge about Renton, what's bad about Begbie, why is Spud so spaced out and what makes Sick Boy so ...
well sick. The second section features movie clips, soundbites, and colour pictures to down-load, as well as interviews with the film's creators, writer Irvine Welsh and director Danny Boyle. For complete addicts, there's also a competition where you can win membership to a special club offering access to exclusive footage of unseen extra scenes cut from the finished film.
All this and not an anorak or locomotive in sight. The site can be found at www.trainspotting.co.uk.
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