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Billy Boyd discusses getting into character for his role as Woodsy a club deejay with drug issues in Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy.  

“Rob [Hayden] did an interesting thing that made it difficult but also wonderful; he didn’t say, ‘Look. This is 1992.’  And you go, ‘I know exactly what they’re wearing and the music they’re listening to.’  As a deejay you would want to know that but you wanted it set in a never time, not an exact moment.  In a way you have to be specific and real with your character but also slightly a stereotype of a clubber or deejay.  I went classic. »

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