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Confessions of a Simple Surgeon

Australia, 1988 (MIFF 1989, Children's Film Festival)

A humorous yet hard hitting presentation of the health risks associated with smoking, together with an examination of the role of tobacco advertising in recruiting young smokers Its message to viewers is quite clear, 'If you smoke already — quit'

A vivid journey down Tobacco Road, produced by the Drug and Alcohol Unit, NSW TAFE Board

Winner of 5 ATOM Awards, 1989

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