COMPETITION: Win the T2 Trainspotting soundtrack and script with The Film Show!
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It has been over 20 years in the making – and completely worth the wait if you ask me – T2 Trainspotting, the sequel to Danny Boyle’s 1996 black comedy Trainspotting, is in cinemas now. To celebrate, we’re giving away a copy of the soundtrack and a copy of the screenplay from the film’s writer John Hodge.
The first film, based on the book by Irvine Welsh, became a smash hit upon its release, putting director Danny Boyle’s name on the map and ushering in a new wave of British independent cinema. It was known particularly for its striking imagery, jet-black humour and iconic soundtrack. T2 does not aim to replicate the sensation of the first film, instead returning to the beloved characters of Renton, Spud, Sick Boy and Begbie after 20 years, where we find them all in sticky situations.
The new soundtrack features a re-worked version of Iggy Pop’s Lust for Life by The Prodigy and a remix of the iconic Born Slippy by Underworld, as well as new additions from Wolf Alice and Young Fathers among many others.
(Please be advised – trailer contains adult content)
If you want to win these amazing prizes, you just have to answer one simple question: Who plays Renton in Trainspotting?
To enter, email email@example.com, with ‘Trainspotting‘ in the subject line, plus your name, postal address and the answer to the question. You must be 18 or over to enter and you must have a UK address to receive the prizes. More terms and conditions can be found here. Entries close on Wednesday 15th February 2017 at midday. Good luck!
We reviewed T2 Trainspotting on last Friday’s show and thoroughly enjoyed it. You can hear our thoughts on it, as well as Hacksaw Ridge, Sing and Denial, plus Prevenge with an interview with its writer, director and star Alice Lowe in the YouTube player above.
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