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Juno  
Release Date:
12/5/2007
Studio:
Fox Searchlight
Rating:
PG-13
Length:
92
Overall Score:
2.28
Reviewers' Comments:
Juno is a clear example of Hollywood using a pipe as a prop to display a quirky unique personality for a young girl. Many other acting techniques could have been applied without placing a pipe in a young pregnant girl's hand. CM
Director:
Reitman, Jason
Producer(s):
Halfon, Lianne     Malkovich, John     Novick, Mason     Smith, Russell
Writer(s):
Cody, Diablo


Editor:
Glauberman, Dana E.
Prop Master:
Cram, Alex
Smoking Incidents:
10 - 29
Where:
         
Outdoors:
in front of house, at park
Other:
Who Around:
   
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
Page, Ellen Star Pipe Teen Caucasian Female Good Guy
Anti-Tobacco Message 1:
NS sign


No smoking sign in hospital
Anti-Tobacco Message 2:
Sexy: Sexy: Celebration: Wealth/Power: Cool:
Independent/Unique: C Rebellion: Tension/Stress: Relaxation: Habit/Addiction:
Bad Guy: Loser: Other: Neutral:  
Other Comments:
Juno (Ellen Page) as a pregnant 16 year old holds a pipe but doesn't smoke it. Due to amount of depiction incidents TUTD included them in research.
Overall:
Pro
Extent:
4
Overall:
6
Perceived:
6
Where People Smoke:
0
Special Circumstances:

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