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SMOKE

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SMOKE 1995, Wayne Wang, Paul Auster

Browsing last night through Netflix I came across this American indie film.  The atmosphere of New York City streets combining an interesting bunch of witty and sincere characters makes it very and enjoyable to watch.

a loud customer making a cigarettes speech, an ENJOY- A- CIGAR sign hanging in the back wall and one guy behind the counter. BROOKLYN CIGAR CO, a small Brooklyn tobacco shop. come in or come out. everybody has a story to tell… with a cigarette in their mouths. starring Harvey Keitel, William Hurt and ends with the rusty voice of Tom Waits singing “you’re innocent when you dream”, what can go wrong?

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