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Smoke.

Rated R for language.

R 108min.
 
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A Brooklyn cigar shop is the setting for this drama from director Wayne Wang that interweaves the stories of several characters that have fractured family relationships in common. Read More
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Paul Benjamin
Auggie Wren
Cyrus Cole
Thomas (Rashid) Cole
Vinnie
Doreen Cole
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