One of the biggest Scottish films in years, Jon S Baird’s Filth, comes to DVD and Blu-ray from Monday 10 February, with even more explicit content for fans of Irvine Welsh’s corrupt cop, Bruce Robertson (James McAvoy).
Hailed as one of the best British films in recent years, Filth is set in present-day Edinburgh and tells the tale of drug-addicted copper Robertson, as he investigates a brutal murder. The Film features a supporting cast including Jamie Bell, Imogen Poots, Jim Broadbent, Joanne Froggatt and Kate Dickie.
1) An Airport in Belgium: “This man’s clearly American”
2) Hector’s Animal Farm: “Well Anna darling, meet Angus”
3) The Unusual Suspects: “Have you got a license for that thing!?”
4) Irvine Brian Scullion Welsh: “ That’s newspaper property!”
1) Madam Maisie’s: “Ever tried a deep fried pizza?”
2) Supermarket: “C’est la vie Bruce”
3) Christmas at the station: “Edith’s already spent the money!”
4) On the plane: “Would you mind not talking so much Filth!”
5) Ocky’s flat: “Do you think I’m sick in the head?”
6) Dr Rossi’s: “Tapeworms are sequential hermaphrodites”
7) The Tramp: “Call up room service, let them take the burden”
There’s also an outtakes reel, an audio commentary with author Irvine Welsh and writer/director Jon S. Baird, and three video interviews with James McAvoy, Irvine Welsh and Jon S. Baird.