The Majestic Plastic Bag (2010) Movie Script

The open plains of the asphalt jungle.
Home to many creatures, great and small.
And the pupping ground for one the
most clever and illustrious creatures,
the Plastic Bag.
Today we explore the cycle of life for
this curious creature, the plastic bag
on it's migration to it's
home, the Pacific ocean.
Once released into the wild, the
plastic bag is unsure of itself.
It falters at first, but soon,
with some help from the wind,
the bag will be airborne!
This flight will be the
first in it's long
journey towards it's
final destination:
The Garbage Patch in heart
of the Pacific Ocean.
Using the wind to guide it,
the plastic bag moves across
the city, through the air.
A city park.
This park may, at first, seem like an
idyllic place for the plastic bag,
but danger lurks around every corner.
Here it will encounter many enemies,
including one of the MOST dangerous...
Park Services!
Poor little fellow. Looks
like HIS journey ends here.
Meanwhile, our little
bag has encountered
one of nature's most deadly killers...
the Teacup Yorkie.
Once the Yorkie has
locked onto his victim,
there is very little
hope for survival.
But using it's superior
size and deft maneuvering,
our bag manages to escape the Yorkie's
talons and flee for it's life.
Over the course of it's
miraculous migration,
the plastic bag will
cover VAST distances,
through neighborhoods, across
parks, and down city streets.
It is now nightfall and our highly
advanced Night Vision Cameras
have managed to capture, for
the FIRST TIME in history,
a plastic bag in pitch black.
The vast cement rivers of California,
home to literally dozens of animals.
Many plastic bags will
not make it out of here,
the reeds and branches will see to that.
As at home in water as it
is on land or in the air,
the bag's natural buoyancy makes
it an excellent swimmer.
It's close now...
and it can feel it!
At last the bag has reached
the gateway to the open sea.
Careful to avoid the mouths of hungry
sea life that feed on
the helpless plastic,
the bag will travel 100s
of miles, to join the
thriving community of
plastic known as...
The Garbage Patch is a
veritable plastic oasis,
where millions of tons of plastic
garbage remain trapped by the currents.
It is said to be twice
the size of Texas,
never actually biodegrading,
here the plastic bag can live
indefinitely, peacefully,
coexisting with billions of
other petroleum species,
before breaking into ever
tinier plastic pieces,
thus completing the
plastic cycle of life.