By Jay Glennie
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of this Iconic film
Available to Pre order October 4th 2021
They (Coattails) redefine the word coffee-table book!
- Danny Boyle
This book gets the full Coattails treatment
Exclusive in depth interviews with Cast & Crew
Never seen before pictures from behind the scenes
"Choose Life, Choose a Job, Choose a Career, Choose a Family,
Choose a Fucking big Television"
"A lust for life"
In one of our interviews with Danny Boyle he told us that Trainspotting production designer Kave Quinn is.... “a genuis”
Her great work on Trainspotting only underlines that, with her stunning choice of colours and little motifs drawing you into the characters.
Taxi Driver murals adorn the Volcano Bar; a hint for Renton that all is not what it seems with Diane?!
“I feel blessed that I had the opportunity to be part of this film, to work with the genius that is Danny and the best, the kindest, the most generous actors I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with.”
- Robert Carlyle
Image by Lorenzo Agius
"It's SHITE being Scottish! We're the lowest of the low, the scum of the fucking Earth! The most wretched, miserable, servile, pathetic trash that was ever shat onto civilization. Some hate the English. I don't. They're just wankers: We, on the other hand are Colonized by wankers"
Limited to just 1000 copies Worldwide
Mr Noel Gallagher's memories of the period and his admiration for Irvine's book and the film will form the foreward to this Limited Edition book of just 1000 copies Worldwide
Pictured here with author Jay Glennie
All pre-orders will come with this unique poster specially commissioned by Coattails.
Danny Boyle, irvine Welsh, Andrew Macdonald,
Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Ewen Bremner, Kevin McKidd, Kelly Macdonald
acclaimed underwater cinematographer,
Mike Valentine, spoke to us in detail about filming the worlds worst toilet scene and probably one of the most iconic scenes of the decade.
"Yir fuckin cunt, I'll fuckin kill yir!"
Shouted Robert Carlyle / Begbie spraying beer!
“I wanted to capture the aggression but also the humour of Begbie"
- Robert Carlyle