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I don't remember anything about the dialogue being redubbed for the Canadian
release.  Also, I was browsing a DVD website and noticed that there is a
Canadian version of Trainspotting.  The features were English subtitles and
a French audio track.


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> Subject: Canadian release of "Trainspotting"
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> When the film was released in the US it had dialogue redubbed to reduce
> accents and remove British slang (plus at least one needle scene clipped
> out).  Does anybody know whether this is true of Canada as well?
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