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V for Vendetta  
Release Date:
3/17/2006
Studio:
WB
Rating:
R
Length:
132
Overall Score:
2.14
Reviewers' Comments:
V is for very little tobacco use but because it was used by a supporting actor and filmmakers used it as a spoof during a TV comedy show the lung turned dark grey. JT & SM
Director:
McTeigue, James
Producer(s):
Hill, Grant     Silver, Joel     Wachowski, Andy     Wachowski, Larry
Writer(s):
Wachowski, Andy
Wachowski, Larry

Editor:
Walsh, Martin
Prop Master:
Kahnt, Axel
Smoking Incidents:
10 - 29
Where:
Home   Workplace   Bar/Nightclub      
Outdoors:
Other:
Who Around:
Non-smoking Adult    
Where On The Set:
 
Brand Shown 1:
Used by:
No. of Times:
How Depicted:
Brand Shown 2:
Used by:
No. of Times:
How Depicted:
Lead:         Credited Non-star:         Extra:
Actor Star Power Tobacco Type Age Ethnicity Gender Role
Fry, Steven Credited Non-Star 30+ Caucasian Male
Non IMDb Extra Cigar 30+ Caucasian Male
Non IMDb Extra Cigarette 20-30 Caucasian Female
Non IMDb Extra Cigarette 30+ Caucasian Male
Non IMDb Extra Cigar 30+ Caucasian Male
Anti-Tobacco Message 1:



This reviewer saw an implied message that tobacco was tied to an evil government. At beginning of film it is stated that the government gives wheat and tobacco to win over another country. Then cigars are used during a TV spoof of the "evil Chancellor".
Anti-Tobacco Message 2:
Sexy: Sexy: Celebration: Wealth/Power: B Cool:
Independent/Unique: Rebellion: Tension/Stress: Relaxation: Habit/Addiction: A
Bad Guy: Loser: Other: Neutral: A  
Other Comments:
Overall:
Balanced
Extent:
4
Overall:
4
Perceived:
4
Where People Smoke:
3
Special Circumstances:

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