Severely underrated classic that was overlooked for the much more stylish and some would say overhyped 'Trainspotting'. This film like that employs dark, gallows humor for what would be considered depressing subject matter.
It should've been a cult classic, but somehow fell into obscurity. It's rare to watch a dark side of addiction and bureaucracy, and still find a comedy in it - but this movie does exactly that without even trying. The credit primarily goes to smart dialogues and Tim Roth's performance that could easily be his best. Post-pulp fiction vibe only adds a flavor, and it's highly recommendable for one cheer-up watch.