Tuesday, April 09, 2002


Trainspotting is a contemporary Confessions that stops short at Book III. Renton understands about as much about himself at the end of the film as Augustine did in his early manhood at Carthage.” —”It’s Heavy, Man,” by J. A. Hanson, Regeneration Quarterly 2.4 (1996).

philm shorts ::: from editor :::
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