|I think these bags became irrelevant in the 1980s.|
When I pulled this out of the closet I didn't even attempt to show the kids, or explain what emulsion "film" was all about.
Instead I uttered a thankful prayer that we were in such a great age of photography -- never has a camera (phone) been more often in my hand.
The purists would argue that I go all "Ansel Freakin' Adams" even less frequently now because of the butt-cheap nature of pixels; that and crappy pictures are ubiquitous. The argument being that the expense of film made snapping the shutter a more rarefied experience which resulted in a more considered final product.
Shamelessly I've sold all my film cameras (except those that belonged to my parents) and have embraced the dark side. But whatever lack of consideration I may encounter is more than compensated by the sheer awesomeness of being able to snap away to my heart's content.