Sam and Lucy Bell are a married couple who seem to have it all: good...更多>
Lucy Bell: [writes in her diary] Carl Phipps came into work today all brooding and Byronic. He looked like the dispossessed lord of a bleak Mooreland estate. I swear his aftershave smelled of heather. Sheila: Well Mr. Phipps, you are in perilous danger of turning me back into a heterosexual. Ewan Proclaimer: "Sick Junkie" is a comedy about a group of normal, ordinary kids - all heroin addicts, of course. Possibly Welsh, maybe Irish, probably Scottish. We see a week in their ordinary, mundane lives. They inject heroin into their eyeballs. They have babies in toilets. They get AIDS. They try and raise veins on their private parts in order to inject more heroin. They kill a social worker. They have anal sex in exchange for heroin, which turns out to be cut with bleach, and kills them. They have abortions. They're raped by gangs of English policemen. Sam Bell: [interrupting] Excuse me. Um, I just want to make sure I'm following this... This is a comedy we're discussing, is it? Ewan Proclaimer: It's total comedy. But real comedy about what's actually happening to kids today. Not escapist English crap. Ewan Proclaimer: Isn't that amazing? Grown men and women that have to be taught how to use a hypodermic needle. It's extraordinary.