Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy, 2011
Directed by Rob Heydon.
A drug runner discovers true love and a whole lot of trouble as he attempts to become a dealer of ecstasy pills.
The movie opens with Lloyd Buist (Adam Sinclair) narrating about the joys of taking ecstasy pills and what it takes to be a successful drug runner under the most uncomfortable of circumstances; the Scotsman has two buddies with whom he goes prowling the nightclub dance floors named Ally (Keram Malicki-Sánchez) and Woodsy (Billy Boyd).
When Ally suggests that time is passing them by Lloyd decides to strike it out on his own by skimming off some product from his volatile boss Solo (Carlo Rota). The trouble is Solo can sniff out a double-cross a mile away. While having »
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