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land, air, water, and chemicals. Moreover, the diverse sources used to create the documentary make it viable and credible to the viewer who wants to make an impact on pollution reduction. It is through the use of the literature Jeremy Irons was able to point out areas which needed to be used in the documentary. The scenes recorded in the documentary greatly influence a viewer and emphasize more of the need to reduce pollution and achieve “zero waste”. For example, contamination of the environment has led to children being born with deformities. The documentary “Trashed” answers all the questions a viewer might have concerning pollution. Most viewers acknowledge there are organizations put in place to control pollution thus one is left with the question why is pollution still a problem. To answers such questions, Jeremy Irons visits recycling factories meant to reduce waste products in the environment and discovers that these facilities still contribute to pollution (Candida, 2012, 28:10). The gases these recycling facilities produce are harmful to the environment such as dioxin. Dioxin is known to be
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TRASHED 3 very toxic to the environment, and its effects are evident after more than a decade. Overall, the film gives a strong message to the viewers and answers all questions they might have. Weakness of the Film Jeremy Irons should not have been the narrator of the film even though he is passionate about saving the environment. The narrator is a successful actor hence his mannerisms, voice and
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