"TOBACCO BLUES is a fresh, humanizing approach to a subject that has been thoroughly demonized." -Walter Goodman, The New York Times Can a good person grow tobacco? As the cigarette war rages, small American tobacco farmers have been often overlooked casualties. Eren McGinnis and Christine Fugate travel across Kentucky to meet the families who have been growing this crop for generations, as they face the consequences of this fuming controversy in their own backyards. Narrated by actor Harry Dean Stanton and scored by blue musician Doug Hamblin, TOBACCO BLUES was screened onboard Air Force for President Clinton as he prepared to meet with tobacco farmers regarding farm policy. Screened on POV, the prestigious PBS documentary series, and various festivals including the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival.