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Daddy's Little Girls  
Release Date:
2/14/2007
Studio:
Lions Gate Films
Rating:
PG-13
Length:
95
Overall Score:
2.42
Reviewers' Comments:
Although not condoned, the use of tobacco around children was used to exaggerate the persona of a negligent parent. The movie also included a woman dying from tobacco induced lung cancer, earning this film a balanced rating. CM
Director:
Perry, Tyler
Producer(s):
Perry, Tyler            
Writer(s):
Perry, Tyler
Cannon, Reuben

Editor:
Hoy, Maysie
Prop Master:
Felix, Karen A.
Smoking Incidents:
10 - 29
Where:
Home          
Outdoors:
on street
Other:
Who Around:
Non-smoking Adult   Children  
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
Smith, Tasha Credited Non-Star Cigarette 30+ African American Female Bad Guy
Sturgis, Gary Anthony Credited Non-Star Cigarette 30+ African American Male Bad Guy
Non IMDb Extra Cigarette 30+ African American Male
Non IMDb Extra Cigarette 30+ African American Male
Non IMDb Extra Cigarette 30+ African American Male Bad Guy
Non IMDb Extra Cigarette 30+ African American Male
Anti-Tobacco Message 1:
Visual Clue
Health of Smoker
Ms. K, child's caretaker dies of lung cancer- we see her suffering/coughing but not smoking. After she says she's going to die the camera zeroes in on a full ashtray giving a very strong cause-effect message

Anti-Tobacco Message 2:
Sexy: Sexy: Celebration: Wealth/Power: A Cool:
Independent/Unique: Rebellion: A Tension/Stress: Relaxation: Habit/Addiction:
Bad Guy: A Loser: A Other: Neutral:  
Other Comments:
Use around a child
Overall:
Balanced
Extent:
6
Overall:
4
Perceived:
4
Where People Smoke:
3
Special Circumstances:
Realistic tobacco use portrayal

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