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    Topic 1: The short film, "Plastic Bag" by Ramin Bahrani is about the eternal life of a plastic bag. There is some mythic imagery within the short film in the first opening scenes when the plastic bag is "created". The bag with its arms sprawled as if on a cross looked like Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ to some is although real, appears to by a mythic symbol to others. When the cashier took him off to be used for groceries he looked like he was being taken down from the cross. Images are used as art

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