Thank You for Smoking

Question: Can you really overdose on nicotine patches?

Jason Riley

Chosen answer: Yes you can. Quoting from Drugs.com: "Symptoms of a nicotine overdose include nausea; vomiting; watering mouth; diarrhea; abdominal pain; cold sweat; headache; dizziness; disturbed hearing and vision; confusion; weakness; weak, irregular heartbeats; chest pain; seizures; and death."

Kevin Hall

Continuity mistake: During the Subcommittee Hearing scene, the person sitting behind Nick Naylor, on his left, changes repeatedly between shots: Right before he is asked to come forward, the chair is occupied by a woman in a blue shirt. When he sits down, a man is seated there. Immediately after one of the senators asks, "What about the children?", the woman is back - but only for a few seconds.

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Nick Naylor: The message Hollywood needs to send out is 'Smoking Is Cool!'.

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Trivia: Not one cigarette is lit in this movie, or smoked.

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