Trainspotting (Boyle, 1996): Islington Vue, 9pm
This film, part of the Vue Cinemas Back to Vue season, is also being screened on Wednesday 29th. More details here. You can find all the details of the full season here.
Chicago Reader review:
Danny Boyle's second feature (1996), a lot more stylish and entertaining than Shallow Grave.
Far from nihilistic, though certainly calculated to butt up against
various puritanical norms, this feel-good jaunt about young Scottish
heroin addicts and their degradation and betrayals of one another draws a
lot of its energy from Richard Lester movies of the 60s and 70s and
from A Clockwork Orange (the novel as well as the movie). Adapted
by John Hodge from Irvine Welsh's popular pidgin-English novel (which
had already been successfully adapted for the stage) and partially
redubbed for American ears, it floats by almost as episodically as 94
minutes of MTV.
Here is the trailer.