Thank You For Smoking

Thank You For Smoking
Thank You For Smoking

Year

2005

Duration

88 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

This blackly comic satire exposes the hypocrisy and greed at the heart of the American tobacco industry and the amoral world of the spin doctor. Nick Naylor is a lobbyist for the cigarette companies, and he's very good at his job - even at a time when everyone knows just how bad smoking is for your health. He attempts to woo a Hollywood agent into making smoking in the movies cool again, but Nick's smooth facade begins to crumble after an attractive young newspaper reporter writes a scathing piece on him.

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15 Classification

This film has several uses of strong bad language.

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