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This diabolical thriller was the first film from director Danny Boyle, producer Andre Macdonald, and screenwriter John Hodge (the smashing team behind Trainspotting). In Shallow Grave, three self-involved Edinburgh roommates—played by Kerry Fox, Christopher Eccleston, and Ewan McGregor, in his first starring role—take in a brooding boarder. When he dies of an overdose, leaving a suitcase full of money, the trio embark on a series of very bad decisions, with extraordinarily grim consequences for all. Macabre but with a streak of offbeat humor, this stylistically influential tale of guilt and derangement is a full-throttle bit of Hitchcockian nastiness.

to be released by the Criterion Collection in June!

This diabolical thriller was the first film from director Danny Boyle, producer Andre Macdonald, and screenwriter John Hodge (the smashing team behind Trainspotting). In Shallow Grave, three self-involved Edinburgh roommates—played by Kerry Fox, Christopher Eccleston, and Ewan McGregor, in his first starring role—take in a brooding boarder. When he dies of an overdose, leaving a suitcase full of money, the trio embark on a series of very bad decisions, with extraordinarily grim consequences for all. Macabre but with a streak of offbeat humor, this stylistically influential tale of guilt and derangement is a full-throttle bit of Hitchcockian nastiness.

to be released by the Criterion Collection in June!

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    This diabolical thriller was the first film from director Danny Boyle, producer Andre Macdonald, and screenwriter John...
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    This is an immediate buy.
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    My favorite Danny Boyle film to be released by the Criterion Collection in June! #fb
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    So. Effing. Good.
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    This movie was why I side-eyed the Ninth Doctor for a second before he started speaking and became my fave. Also, Ewan...
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