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trainspotting

Date Submitted: 03/03/2003 11:03:14
Category: / Entertainment / Movies & Film
Length: 2 pages (446 words)
Some might say that life is defined by the choices we make. But, what if you choose your life into a meaningless existence, an existence where the only satisfaction you have is injected through the end of a hypodermic needle. Trainspotting is a British film, which ponders such an existence with a rather non-judgmental light placed upon the use of heroin. By the end, you might find a somewhat deeper meaning of life, or at …
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…of Renton; the walls of a grave-like opening, which is simultaneously womb-like and welcoming, move ever closer together above him. 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.
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