Plastic Man: The artful life of Jerry Ross Barrish Sometimes an individual is compelled, in the face of daunting odds, to find his identity by making art and becoming an artist. Jerry Ross Barrish was the product of a hardworking family of Jewish boxing enthusiasts vaguely connected to the mob. It was these connections that got him started in the bail bonds business. Then he broke the mold, becoming the bailout guy for radical sixties protesters. 'Don't Perish in jail call Barrish for Bail' was the anthem for a generation. Inspired by the times, he went one step further, embarking on a hero's journey where art may be his salvation...