Smoke: The Movie
A Neighborhood Smoke Shop--and the Folks Who Hang Out There--Become the Stuff That Movies Are Made Of
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Jack Nicholson, Summer 95
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The proof? "The best compliment I got was that people would walk in thinking they were in a real store and try to buy cigars," says Ivanov. "Or they'd take a newspaper and leave money on the counter. We'd run after them yelling, 'Wait a minute! That's last week's paper!' " And it seems that wasn't the only way props disappeared. "My cigars vanished at an astounding rate," she says with a laugh. "I've never seen so many men smoking on a set."
Joe Dziemianowicz is a writer living in New York.
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