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Snuff usage in Movies/Films

Never see Snuff used in TV/Movies/Films... Have you? Only seen it used in Inglorious Basterds, used by Brad Pitts character, Lt. Aldo "The Apache" Raine
Looked like a WW2 Germany emblem snuff box. He’s snuffed from.

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  • I don't recall watching one, but mentionings of snuff is very common in older literature, including... books for children/teens. My point is, there are ecranisations of quite a few.

    Some years ago I was reading Dr. Dolittle to my kid and a smile worked its way across my face when I got to the part where a pungent black snuff (a rappee, perhaps) was mentioned. There are numerous mentions of snuff in Otfried Preussler's (German children's books author) works. The Robber Hotzenplotz, probably most widely known book by this author, is one of them. There were at least two ecranisations, but I haven't seen any.

    Despite snuff being unavailable in my country (actually, even banned since 1994), I knew about its existence since my early days through books. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say I was all pre-set for taking snuff, when my classmate offered me a pinch 25 years ago.
  • Very neat info thanks my friend
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