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Cigarette Soup (2017)

Cigarette Soup (2017)

Dina ShihabiSamantha SouleJoe PerrinoTobias Truvillion
Damian Voerg


Cigarette Soup (2017) is a English movie. Damian Voerg has directed this movie. Dina Shihabi,Samantha Soule,Joe Perrino,Tobias Truvillion are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Cigarette Soup (2017) is considered one of the best Action,Drama,War movie in India and around the world.

A young aspiring journalist gets the opportunity of a lifetime when he is embedded with a small band of American soldiers during the height of the war in Afghanistan. After a surprise attack, they become separated from their unit and find themselves trapped in an insurgent bunker, surrounded on all sides by the enemy. During their time together, the journalist is able to interview these brave soldiers and uncover who they are, where they come from and their unique personal path they have taken. He finds that in the face of terror, there is still kindness and hope, even in the worst face of humanity.


Cigarette Soup (2017) Reviews

  • Unconvincing


    Unconvincing and rather tedious. The characters and their reactions to situations were hackneyed, and the acting and script often poor. Quite simply, I could not believe I was watching armed forces in operation. This is one to avoid. If you want quality drama about embedded journalists on the modern battlefront, watch the HBO mini-series 'Generation Kill'.

  • low budget war flick contains a bit of shock and awe


    Like most 'found footage' films Cigarette Soup has performances that feel rough and somewhat amateurish. In addition, it tends toward 'preachy' dialogue about some very well worn topics. But, if you find yourself a little stuck in 'watch' mode then pay attention: there are some moments that will simply shock you in a way that will form some new, unpleasant, sticky memories very few low budget war dramas manage to do. Cigarette Soup is worth a try. If you begin it and find that you are losing patience or interest then feel free to turn it off. But, if you keep going you will be deep in vivid thoughts by the end.

  • Very weak script and unconvincing actors


    Not sure what the story is supposed to be about. The acting from the first party was very unconvincing. Most of the action is predictable and even the "interviews" don't tell a real story. Doesn't anyone in this army drink water? The uniforms are missing many things, real (looking)body armor, units that keep changing, no one carries ammunition, radios, any military equipment. When there is no story to follow, it is too easy to tear it apart.

  • Good Movie


    (Spoiler) Except, during the Patrol, Soldiers are wearing 101st Airborne Division Unit Shoulder Sleeve Patches, then after getting to the "Bunker" they are wearing 10th Mountain Division Shoulder Sleeve Patches. The 101st Airborne Division was usually up at Northeastern Afghanistan; near "Camp Eagle", Northeastern Afghan border with Pakistan. Many were wearing both the 10th Mountain Division Shoulder Sleeve Patch and the 101st Airborne Division Shoulder Sleeve Patch as Combat Patches, meaning that they had Served more than once at either Afghanistan or Iraq, and would be a minimum Rank of Specialist Four (4; E-4) or Corporal (E-4) unless they really screwed up and were reduced in Rank. Lack of Military Equipment, during the beginning of Afghanistan and Iraq till the end, most U.S. Military were wearing lots of U.S. Military Equipment, Interceptor Body Armor, Molle with lots of ammunition. The only exception was U.S. Military Special Operations Forces. Most U.S. Military soldiers started wearing "Camel Backs" (water); Night Vision Goggles (NVGs) were common as the one advantage over the Afghan Taliban and Iraqis Shiite Insurgency, Tactical Individual Radios and Headsets were common also. Execution of Journalists, the Afghan Taliban NEVER outright executed Journalists and instead demanded Ransom Payments. Most Afghan Taliban did not wear their head covering like in the Movie and instead wore their Shemaghs to cover their faces due to the high winds and sand (sand mostly at Southern Afghanistan, not the Northern Part of Afghanistan's 2/3rds Mountains (Pamir and Hindu Kush)). Most Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan as multiple Tours wore Shemagh; kind of like the U.S. Military Soldiers during the Vietnam War wore towels around the neck.

  • Character driven


    Felt connected to the characters, especially how down to earth and human they all really were. Soldiers taking a bad situation to band together. Everyday heroes.

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