Even in progressive films, realistic representation of people in recovery Is missing.
Some people never change.
The director promises it's "not some cheap cash-in."
Choose life. Choose sequels.
We are used to thinking of infrastructure as buildings, plant and machinery. But in industries where the chief output is intellectual product, true infrastructure is time, talent, teams -- and patience. And that's what British film, as an industry, lacks.
Irvine Welsh Talks to The Book Doctors About Writing, America, Rejection and the 'Sex Lives of Siamese Twins'
This book is very different. First of all, it's set in sun-splashed Miami, where Mr. Welsh currently has one of his residences. It's also written from the perspective of two women. And two women who couldn't be much different from each other. I must confess, I loved this book. I devoured it in a weekend
The search for Nirvana had not lost its virginity when it first started to appear in films and novels in the in the 50's
Michael Cera and Gaby Hoffmann, the stars of the new drug-fest "Crystal Fairy," went above and beyond Method acting, having
I first met Irvine Welsh at the Edinburgh Book Festival. I was a huge fan of Trainspotting. And now that the prequel to Trainspotting is out, I thought I would pick his brain about writing, books and Scotland.