CAE is being provocative advocating for plagiarism. The movie is provocative in opposing it, although it also considered the other stand point just as equally. CAE at first defines plagiarism as something that “has been viewed as the theft of language, ideas, and images by the less than talented, often for the enhancement of personal fortune or prestige” (“CAE” 83) and then goes onto redefine it stating that plagiarism is indeed necessary to ensure that culture is distributed. There are works of authors that would never have been understood or used or redefined across other disciplines if not for the plagiarist. “Ideas improve. The meaning of words participates in the improvement. Plagiarism is necessary. Progress implies it “(“CAE” 85). The type of words that are used and the meanings conveyed presents plagiarism from two extremes. One is that of defining the archetypal understanding of plagiarism and the other extreme is that of viewing plagiarism as necessary for cultural progress.