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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Suzan Beraza
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Credited cast:
Jeb Berrier ... Jeb Berrier
Jared Blumenfeld Jared Blumenfeld ... Self
Martin Bourque ... Self
Michael Braungart Michael Braungart ... Self
David Chameides ... Self
Theo Colborn Theo Colborn ... Self
Richard Conlin Richard Conlin ... Self
Peter Coyote ... Self
Linden Dahlkemper Linden Dahlkemper ... Self
Sylvia Earle ... Self
Marcus Eriksen Marcus Eriksen ... Self
Suzanne Frazer Suzanne Frazer ... Suzanne Frazer
Peter H. Gleick ... Self, Author 'Bottled and Sold'
Eric Goldstein Eric Goldstein ... Self
Elizabeth Griffin Elizabeth Griffin ... Self
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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 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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This insightful movie
30 March 2012 | by ray-331-768935See all my reviews

Has a lot of information that is at once provocative to even the dullest mind.

There can be no doubting the importance of this kind of media coverage.

Plastic bags = self destruction.

The data and imagery, the accuracy, it is all blindingly serious.

There is a slight absurdity about it all and this is well suited to the topic which is easily argued as the purest form of absurdity.

There is none more insane then our destruction of what we have and are, self sabotage while ignorance is bliss.

Its good that it has a global slant despite forcing the U.S condition.

I recommend this movie for all people. Hippies and non hippies alike. It should be essential educational material.


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1 September 2011 (USA) See more »

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