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Dec 29, 2021

[Answer] 3. What is the name of Irvine Welsh's first novel, which would form the basis for a 1996 movie that starred Ewan McGregor and Robert Carlyle and dealt with heroin use?

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...1. 127 Hours 2. 28 Days Later 3. Trainspotting 4. Sunshine Legend has it that Welsh wrote 'Trainspotting' during breaks while he was putting together a thesis at Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh, Scotland) on equal opportunity for women. The film adaptation of the novel helped push the book into prominence and it has since developed a cult following. Welsh has since written a sequel to the story, 'Porno', released in 2002, and a prequel, 'Skagboys', scheduled for release in 2012. As well as novels Welsh has also written a number of stage plays as well as the musical 'Blackpool'. A versatile character he has collaborated on screenplays and directed some short films.




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Trainspotting:


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