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A group of Americans who live together in an old mansion somewhere in Sweden spend their time between working at the local airplane plant and hanging out with their revolutionary friends. Smoke (Lee Hazlewood) has something going with his boss's daughter, but when the boss finds out, he has some dudes beat up Smoke. This leads to a strike among the workers, and a break between the boss and his daughter who goes to live with Smoke and his friends. In order to save his job from angry stockholders, the boss offers Smoke a sizable amount of money to end the strike; but when Smoke and the guys spend the money on guns things get out of hand.Written by
'Smoke' deals with some very 1970-s ideals about people functioning in society. At work, as well as in their private lives. It also explains why these ideas, when applied, could turn out wrong.
In this respect the film makes a nice reminder for those around at the time. Even more so, one fully realizes how unconceivable this 1970-s idealism has become -- being at a light years' distance from our current mind setting.
Apart from some nice music, 'Smoke' further has little to offer. Both acting & shooting are mediocre at best. Christina Lindberg's main topic is having herself accompanied by a big dog. Those looking for female nudity should choose another film.
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