An Innuit hunter races his sled home with a fresh-caught halibut. This fish pervades the entire film, in real and imaginary form. Meanwhile, Axel tags fish in New York as a naturalist's ... See full summary »
Three twisted tales from the seamy side of Scotland and the mind of Irvine Welsh. The Granton Star Cause: in the same day a young Leith lad is dumped by his football team, his girlfriend and his parents, arrested and beaten up by the police and turned into a fly by God, whom he meets in a pub. The Soft Touch: a man is too soft to do anything when his wife moves in with the thug upstairs. The Acid House: while tripping on acid, Coco Bryce is struck by lightning, causing him to switch bodies with a newborn baby. Written by
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The film was deemed deeply offensive by the UK tabloid press for its inclusion of a swearing, foul-mouthed God. See more »
[Coco, has a baby, has just spoken]
You spoke, Tom.
Colin 'Coco' Bryce:
Aye, I did. Look, sit doon. I mean sit down. Fuck... eh? You'd better not say nowt to no cunt about this, right?
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When I first saw the movie in Istanbul at a cinema, I was shocked and almost disgusted by the movie. I guess that was because I didn't know what to expect beforehand and therefore I wasn't prepared for such a totally weird movie. But afterwards I started to appreciate the weirdness of the movie and got more involved with such underground styled movies. I think it was a pretty mind-twisting film. But I guess it's not for everyone...
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