It you still haven’t seen the award-winning film Bag It, what are you waiting for?
Bag It is the award-winning documentary about all things plastic (not just bags!) that combines serious information with lots of humor to wake people up to the growing problem of plastic pollution and plastic toxicity. Jeb Berrier, whom I like to refer to as “Michael Moore Lite” (except if you don’t like Michael Moore, forget I said that because Jeb is funnier and less aggressive), takes viewers on a wild quest to get to the truth about plastic. He interviews scientists, activists, and experts, and at one point even pays a visit to my bathroom.
Bag It is the film to show friends and family members who have been resistant to the idea of reducing their plastic consumption. It’s easy to watch (I’ve seen it about a dozen times and don’t get tired of it) but it hits home just how important it is that we stop using so much plastic now!
Purchase a copy of the Bag It DVD to watch over and over again.
Bag It is now available on DVD. While I don’t usually advocate purchasing DVDs when movies can be streamed or rented, in this case I feel like it’s a great educational tool to have on hand to share with others. Visit New Video to purchase your copy. When you buy via this link, MyPlasticFreeLife.com will receive a portion of the proceeds to support the work. What’s more, it will be shipped in plastic-free packaging.
Purchase a digital copy of Bag It through iTunes
Skip the plastic DVD and download a copy onto your hard drive via iTunes.
Rent the DVD through Netflix
Go ahead and borrow the DVD from Netflix. But I’m guessing once you see it, you’ll want a copy to share with your friends.