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Cigarette Girl (2009)

Not Rated | | Fantasy | 23 April 2009 (USA)
In the near future laws against smoking have increased to the point where you must live in a certain part of town called the Smoking Section if want to smoke cigarettes. Once you have ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Christopher Tyzhai Allen Christopher Tyzhai Allen ... Dead Grass Boy #2
D'Army Bailey D'Army Bailey ... Store Owner
Helen Bowman Helen Bowman ... Grandma
James Buchanan James Buchanan ... Johnny Valet
Jacob Burcham Jacob Burcham ... Customer
Emmy Collins ... Suspicious Dude
Cori Dials Cori Dials ... Cigarette Girl
Lary Love Dolley Lary Love Dolley ... Hat Check Girl
Bruce Downing Bruce Downing
J. Lazarus Hawk J. Lazarus Hawk ... Ace
Kim Howard Kim Howard ... Host of Questions and Cancers
Ivy Mclemore Ivy Mclemore ... Runaway
Donald Meyers Donald Meyers ... Doctor
Billy M. Mullins Billy M. Mullins
Glenn Payne ... Customer


In the near future laws against smoking have increased to the point where you must live in a certain part of town called the Smoking Section if want to smoke cigarettes. Once you have passed the line of demarcation you just know you've crossed the tracks because things get a little grimier, a little more industrial. The sky is a little blacker. The mood is heavier. Someone might get hurt. Cigarettes now cost $63.49 a pack, yet the money derived from this tax obviously isn't going toward this dystopian corner of the city. If you travel there to smoke or to buy (because it is also illegal to buy on the 'clean' side of town) there are several options, but the main place is the Vice Club. There you will find old fashion Cigarette Girls like our heroine with no name. The Vice Club was actually a cigarette factory built in 1935 and designed by the very best deco influenced architects. The original owners even installed a giant 50 foot long Iron cigarette on top of the building that tipped ... Written by John Michael McCarthy

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She'd Kill for A Smoke




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23 April 2009 (USA) See more »

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Tennessee, USA See more »


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$500,000 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital


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Good concept, bad film.
23 June 2010 | by Duncan_CSee all my reviews

Saw this film with reasonably high hopes but it failed to impress. I feel bad as I've heard the makers of the film are nice people but it just did'nt do it for me, or that fact for a lot of the cinema who walked out at various points. It was badly synced, badly acted, badly shot. Some shots were out of focus etc... If thats the style they were going fair enough but it did'nt work for me or a lot of others. I stayed to the end of course and it was a more interesting film that some I've seen but not interesting enough.

The opening credits were great though. Whoever designed and put them together did a good job.

The concept behind the film was a good one just not carried through well unfortunately. I was expecting a sort of 'Equilibrium', 'District 9' type of 'segregation in the future' type of film but it did'nt come. The future for me looked like the past.

A shame. I don't like saying a film is bad but unfortunately I did'nt enjoy this one.

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