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This is based on research published in Thorax which concludes: "The link between smoking in movies and adolescent smoking is robust and transcends different cultural contexts. Limiting young people's exposure to movie smoking could have important public health implications."
So should directors of films like Pulp Fiction, Bridget Jones, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Grease, Atonement, Easy Rider, etc have removed the smoking references in the name of public health or is artistic license more important?