Smoke (movie)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(Redirected from Smoke (Movie))
Jump to: navigation, search
Theatrical Release Poster
Directed by Wayne Wang, Paul Auster
Produced by Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein, Hisami Kuroiwa
Written by Paul Auster
Starring Harvey Keitel,
William Hurt,
Harold Perrineau Jr.,
Forest Whitaker,
Stockard Channing,
Ashley Judd
Distributed by Miramax
Release date(s) June 9, 1995
Running time 112 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Smoke is an American independent movie released in 1995. It was produced by Hisami Kuroiwa, Harvey Weinstein and Bob Weinstein. It was directed by Wayne Wang and Paul Auster. Auster also wrote the screenplay.

Actors[change | change source]

Harvey Keitel, William Hurt, Victor Argo, Forest Whitaker, Ashley Judd, Stockard Channing and Harold Perrineau Jr. all appear in the movie.

Story[change | change source]

The movie follows the lives of several characters. Their lives are connected because they are all customers at a small tobacco shop in Brooklyn, New York. The store manager is the main character, Auggie (Harvey Keitel). In the movie, the Brooklyn Cigar Co. was on the corner of 16th Street and Prospect Park West.

Sequel[change | change source]

Blue in the Face was the next movie by the same directors. It follows the lives of some of the same characters and new characters join the story.

Awards[change | change source]



Other websites[change | change source]