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Scene Smoking: Cigarettes, Cinema & the Myth of Cool (2001)

An anti-smoking documentary that explores the effects of smoking cigarettes, why people consider it cool, and how youth today are still at risk.

Director:

Terry Moloney

Writer:

Terry Moloney
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jaques D. Barth Jaques D. Barth ... Himself (as Dr. Jaques D. Barth)
Dick Beebe Dick Beebe ... Himself
Bonnie Bruckheimer ... Herself
Darren Capozzi ... Himself
Duane Clark Duane Clark ... Himself
Michael Crichton ... Himself
R.J. Cutler ... Himself
Ted Danson ... Himself
Angie Dickinson ... Herself
Richard Donner ... Himself
René Echevarria René Echevarria ... Himself (as Rene Echevarria)
Peter Eliasberg Peter Eliasberg ... Himself
Tania Gunadi ... Herself
Dave Hackel Dave Hackel ... Himself
Sandy Isaac Sandy Isaac ... Himself
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An anti-smoking documentary that explores the effects of smoking cigarettes, why people consider it cool, and how youth today are still at risk.

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

April 2001 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$145,000 (estimated)
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Stereo

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Color
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Ted Danson: Smoking is a great prop. It's a great prop in life.
Sean Penn: Make no mistake; as it relates to a conversation on film, this is strictly a censorship conversation. No question, this film is about censorship.
Chrsity Turlington: There is a strange sort of rebelliosness that is associated with smoking, and the thing is, it's such a false rebelliousness. There's nothing cool about it. It's conformity in the worst way.
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References Entertainment Tonight (1981) See more »

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Very educational special which depicts one reason teenagers may start smoking
11 July 2007 | by Catherine_Grace_ZehSee all my reviews

In my opinion, this is a very educational special which depicts one reason teenagers may start smoking. I must say that seeing it on TV and in movies is absolutely one reason why they might. This is absolutely true for teenage girls. When I heard this, I was really shocked. This was because I figured out that most people who smoke took their first puff when they were teenagers. I can relate to this special very well. This is because some people in my family smoke. In conclusion, if you have children, I strongly recommend that you sit them down and have a detailed conversation with them about the dangers of tobacco and other drugs. It's very, very bad for your health.


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