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Bag It (2010)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Comedy, Drama | 1 September 2011 (USA)
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An average guy makes a resolution to stop using plastic bags at the grocery store. Little does he know that this simple decision will change his life completely. He comes to the conclusion ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Jeb Berrier ... Jeb Berrier
Jared Blumenfeld Jared Blumenfeld ... Himself
Martin Bourque ... Himself
Michael Braungart Michael Braungart ... Himself
David Chameides ... Himself
Theo Colborn Theo Colborn ... Herself
Richard Conlin Richard Conlin ... Himself
Peter Coyote ... Himself
Linden Dahlkemper Linden Dahlkemper ... Herself
Sylvia Earle Sylvia Earle ... Herself
Marcus Eriksen Marcus Eriksen ... Himself
Suzanne Frazer Suzanne Frazer ... Suzanne Frazer
Eric Goldstein Eric Goldstein ... Himself
Elizabeth Griffin Elizabeth Griffin ... Herself
Scott Harrison Scott Harrison ... Himself


An average guy makes a resolution to stop using plastic bags at the grocery store. Little does he know that this simple decision will change his life completely. He comes to the conclusion that our consumptive use of plastic has finally caught up to us, and looks at what we can do about it. Today. Right now. Written by Anonymous

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Is your life too plastic?


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24 March 2012 | by billcr12See all my reviews

Bag it is a documentary with a simple and important message; our disposable society needs to change if we are to survive as a species. We are now using 1milion plastic bags per minute. Quite a few countries have banned their use including New Dehli, India, where they were clogging the drains and causing floods. Jeb Berrier travels from city to city and nation to nation illustrating the different ways they are dealing with the problem.

Berrier is sort of a less sarcastic and non confrontational version of Michael Moore. His wife is pregnant with their first child, so he is concerned about his baby's future. The numbers are staggering; 2 million plastic bottles every 5 minutes, requiring 17 million barrels of oil to produce and 12 billion dollars spent every year on bottled water.

Recycling turns out not to be the simple solution either, as every locale has vastly different guidelines with many categories. 260 million tons of plastic ends up in the oceans from around the world annually, resulting in fish and birds, and in one particularity sad example, albatross's ingesting it as food and dying.

The last issue raised is the production of baby bottles and other products requiring BPA to produce. This chemical has been shown to increase the risk of cancer, diabetes, and to drastically alter the hormones levels in newborns.

Berrier has a light touch with an important topic and at 78 minutes, it is well edited with important information without being too preachy and he is a very likable host. Spread the word about this vital documentary and maybe we can make a difference.

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