In days gone by, no movie star or media magnet would be caught dead without a cigarette. Smoking was sophisticated, exotic, sensual, decadent, and, above all, it promised romance. Advertising told us that smoking would make us irresistible to the opposite sex. Love at First Light offers a look at the sexual play of the cigarette ad from the 1920s to the 1960s. Ranging from the blatantly hokey to the vaguely disturbing, sexual innuendo is never far away.