A "smoker" is traditionally a seamy low-budget porno picture. While this film has those primitive elements, much more ambition went into this Smoker. There's a voyeuristic quality here, along with a disturbing S&M Stream that keeps the viewer on edge.
There should be a warning before the start of Smoker: you are not entering a "Twilight Zone." It's not for all tastes, but it's worth a shot for the more audacious adult film fan. Smoker also has the distinction of being made in Philadelphia – the city of brotherly love; but this film is certainly no travelogue.
The wildest sexual encounter has Leslie doing Joanna Storm all over the kitchen, while her husband eats dinner and passively watches the hot pair. The striking Mitchell also engages in raw sex with a stud during the opening credits.
Unlike the old smokers, this one is professionally made. There's atmospheric photography along with smooth camera movements. Credit producer, director, writer, and photographer Veronica Rocket (that's the name) for creating something unique. The original music is quite impressive with vocals smoothly sung by star Sharon Mitchell. One final warning: Smoker is definitely not for the squeamish.