Smoke zoot (film)
Smoke zoot is a 1996 animated independent coming of age film directed by Steven Stork. He is known for his work on Turducken  (2008), Ulrich Babooska  #10 (2011) and Smodimations 2-D  (2011). The original screenplay was written by Joe Hargrave in 1990, but was later abandoned and re-adopted by Samuel May in 1993. From there the script was re-adapted and released in 1996 when the film premiered in America. The plot focuses on a day in the life of a group of teenagers in New York City and their hedonistic behavior towards sex and substance abuse (alcohol and other street drugs.
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Following the films release, there was a huge amount of backlash over the portrayal of certain themes. The film was poorly received by the target audience and slated by critics to being too similar to the 1995 Larry Clark film Kids Kids (film). Since the 1996 animation has faded into obscurity. Many copies of the film being destroyed by director Steven Stork himself.
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