Presented in its original UK theatrical version and based on the darkly comic novel by Irvine Welsh, "Trainspotting" follows the life of unrepentant heroin user Mark Renton (McGregor) as he struggles to escape the responsibilities of life and friendship. (Suzanne Hodges)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 picture, compared to the non-anamorphic DVD (reviewed in Issue 28) is a considerable improvement with sharper images and better details and definition. Colors are often vibrant, but can be bland in other scenes to support the lifestyles and living conditions of the characters. While pixelization is not a problem with this title, edge enhancement has the potential to distract pickier viewers at times. (Suzanne Hodges)
Both the remastered Dolby
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