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The hazards of bio-accumulation, pollution, and the makeup of what we commonly hope are benign plastics are tackled in this documentary.

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The hazards of bio-accumulation, pollution, and the makeup of what we commonly hope are benign plastics are tackled in this documentary.

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Written by Matt Goldman, Phil Stanton, Chris Wink, Larry Heinemann,
Ian Pai
Performed by Blue Man Group
Published by Blue Man Group Publishing
Courtesy of Blue Man Group Publishing LLC
From the album 'Blue Man Group Audio'
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To the Point, Fun, and Informative about Nazis... er... I mean... Vinyl Industries
4 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

Being a very environmental and health-oriented individual, I found "Blue Vinyl" to be informative, occasionally moving, and very blunt. The director of this film did not mean to create a stirring, emotional, hammed up documentary full of woe and drama. She sought to make a point which is exactly what she did and she did it very well. The film didn't drag on as some documentaries do, and it was often very humourous and fun. I LOVE the fact that she dragged that piece of blue vinyl around with her everywhere that she went. That just... oh... it made me happy inside. In conclusion... this film made a group of obnoxious, annoying sixth graders sit still and listen, therefore you should watch it and be enlightened as to the ways of the Nazi Vinyl industries. And plant a tree. Trees are a good thing. However... Hitler was a bad thing. Hitler didn't like trees. It's well documented.

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