On Wednesday's show, we featured a debate about cigarettes in films marketed to young movie-goers. This issue was reignited recently by scenes from the smash hit "Avatar" depicting Sigourney Weaver as a nicotine-addicted scientist. Some anti-smoking groups think films with smoking should automatically be classified as "restricted". What do you think?
Does smoking on-screen encourage people to take up the habit? Or is this issue more smoke than fire? Do filmakers have a responsibility when it comes to including scenes with smokers? Give us you thoughts.