Throwaway History DVD
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If you’ve ever had a conversation that begins ‘Do you remember when?...’ then this is a DVD for you.
It’s the story of the things we buy, use and then throwaway every day. The everyday things that we eat, drink and use to keep ourselves clean and healthy. Things that we don’t really take much notice of at the time, but then if we rediscover them 10, 20, 30 years later (particularly those things that are no longer available) we realise how important they were to us and how they’ve shaped our lives.
Stuffed full of all our favourite brands, this feature length documentary is a new and entertaining way of looking at history – with a powerful nostalgic punch!
Consumer historian Robert Opie and members of the great British public unleash a flood of treasured memory moments and fascinating facts that are a record of our history – a record of how we lived and how our parents and grandparents lived.
It’s both a journey of discovery and the ultimate nostalgia trip.
Running time main feature: 123 minutes
Includes companion special features disc and exclusive 16 page booklet.
- Documentary about the things we used to buy, use and then throwaway every day.
- New and entertaining way of looking at history.
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