ByTino Jochimsen, writer at
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Tino Jochimsen

Filth, the adaptation of Trainspotting author Irving Welsh’s eponymous novel, has found a domestic distributor.

The U.S. rights of the sure-to-be R-rated movie (a NC-17 rating doesn’t seem that improbable either) have been nabbed by Magnolia Pictures which plans a spring 2014 release for Filth.

Set in Scotland, the very, very dark comedy centers on homophobic, racist, scheming, more than slightly psychotic Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson () who tries to finagle his way to a promotion while half-heartedly investigating the murder of a Japanese student.

Watch the extra saucy international trailer for Filth here.


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