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T2 Trainspotting

T2 Trainspotting

The 90s were from the United Kingdom. Thanks to Oasis, Blur and all that wave of groups sheltered under the Brit-pop label, to which we should add the hypersexuality of the Spice Girls comics, the old empire enjoyed a revival that had not experienced since The Beatles were all alive and together and Michael Caine was the most desirable man on the face of the Earth. Under this context, in 1996, appeared Trainspotting: Life in the abyss, film based on the novel by Irvine Welsh. Interestingly, with the exception of its director, the then young Danny Boyle, and the actor Jonny Lee Miller (Sick Boy), who were English, all the other participants of the film were born in Scotland, and it is already known that between English and Scottish there is more rivalry than love, but that did not stop the film from becoming, in a matter of weeks, the missing ingredient to give the Cool Britannia concept its final finish.

Boyle’s film was not only visually innovative and endowed with memorable characters, or the film with the best soundtrack ever, but also ran the risk of presenting a taboo subject, as was the use of heroin, without to fall in moralism, much less in the glorification of the use of drugs, a balance that, added to the factors described, made Trainspotting one of the most defining films of the last decade of the 20th century. Serve what has been said to explain the hard and inevitable test that passes Trainspotting 2 to the eyes of the viewer.

Subject to the contrast with its predecessor, it has a serious problem since its conception: did it really need to know what has happened with Renton (Ewan McGregor) and his henchmen in the last 20 years? Under this unanswerable premise, Boyle appealed to his best asset: nostalgia. Know, then, that the countless fans of Trainspotting have a fidelity as unwavering as those of Star Wars, and that they will not abstain from buying your ticket, either because of this criticism or because of the rather average ratings given to them. his film everywhere. Although, and although it sounds like a contradiction, it is valid that it has used the mentioned resource of nostalgia. There is no doubt that those who grew up with the first delivery -eye: for the new audiences, this will be more difficult- we will enjoy to the core the return of Renton to his native Edinburgh and the way in which he crosses with each one of the characters that were part of his past. Even strange and somewhat disgusting, the reunion between Renton and Spud (Ewen Bremner) for example, can be as exciting for some as for others – let’s return to the analogy with the Lucasian universe – took place between Han Solo and the Princess Lea in The Awakening of the Force.

Duration: 117 min

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IMDb: 7.2