Video: JUUL CEO: No More Advertising to Kids




JUUL CEO: No More Advertising to Kids

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CAST
Brennan Lee Mulligan
Amanda Clark
Charles Love

CREW
Director – Charles Love
Writer – Tao Yang
Additional Writing – Rehka Shankar
Producer – Shane Crown
Production Coordinator – Mitchell Fiebernitz
Director of Photography – Julia Swain
Production Designer – Rick Mader
HMU – Jessica Leigh Schwartz
Sound Mixer – Bo Sundberg (BoTown Sound)
Editor – Nick Rood

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49 Comments on "Video: JUUL CEO: No More Advertising to Kids"


  1. People who don't get it and in anime they make 500 year old women look like 10 year old girls and act 10 years old, the whole time doing fanservice with the character and saying she's 500 years old so it's ok, that's the problem with anime

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  2. is it sad that I just see Brennan suffering for 5 min straight for pure enjoyment I CAN'T HE'S JUST SO GOOD AT BREAKING DOWN EMOTIONALLY AND PLAYING AS A DEPRESSED CEO

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  3. That's the problem right there. Everyone's asking what happened to this country instead of realizing this country has never tried to leave a better world for their children. Quite the opposite, actually. They desensitize us while we're still young and impressionable so we can get put in coal mines and plantations, or see each other shot and raped, but compete against each other and say it's just another Monday. And until we get out of this mindset that this country just turned bad recently, our great grandkids will be saying it too.

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  4. I feel there was a missed opportunity at the end to throw the book into a fire and have it do that creepy thing with the voice box where it glitches and slows down. You know the effect I’m talking about, like a furby or a bass-on-a-wall with dying batteries.

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