VERY ENGAGING BEST ANTI-SMOKING SHORT DOCUMENTARY "Why am I d ...

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Video Description

"Please share this documentary with everyone, so we can spread this message worldwide :)

This short film is about three characters. Two of them have gave up on smoking and compares their experiences of well-being before and after they quit. A third one is yet a smoker, but despite her habit she is aware of health risk and all the bad effects on well-being that causes smoking. So then she finally asks herself ""Why am I doing this?"" where she reveals the answer of why people smoke.

This short film will help you to quit smoking ;)

In contribution with Allen Carr's book ""The easy way to quit smoking""

Directed / Filmed / Edited by
Solveiga Serova

Music by
Silvio Pfiffner - ""Nyctalgia""

Special Thank You to
Silvio Pfiffner
Reg Mahny
Natalia Ogurcova and Socrates Milios"

Quotes

"The biggest benefit to quitting is knowing that I am helping my baby live a healthier life."

Suzy

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