Everyone should see this movie. I love the collection of bush-ism, the best one being when he says America needs to develop higher grade oil to run their motor vehicle's on, in an environmentally... Read moresensitive way by going into the Alaskan nature reserve to extract all the oil underneath it. Good one. Yeah! and is all in the same breath. This movie makes me want to ride my bike more. And car company's in America, are the anti-Christ.
In 1996, electric cars began to appear on roads all over California. They were quiet and fast, produced no exhaust and ran without gasoline...........Ten years later, these cars were destroyed.
With gasoline prices approaching $4/gallon, fossil fuel shortages, unrest in oil producing regions around the globe and mainstream consumer adoption and adoption of the hybrid electric car (more than 140,000 Prius' sold this year), this story couldn't be more relevant or important. The foremost goal in making this movie is to educate and enlighten audiences with the story of this car, its place in history and in the larger story of our car culture and how it enables our continuing addiction to foreign oil. This is an important film with an important message that not only calls to task the officials who squelched the Zero Emission Vehicle mandate, but all of the other accomplices, government, the car companies, Big Oil, even Eco-darling Hydrogen as well as consumers, who turned their backs on the car and embrace embracing instead the SUV. Our documentary investigates the death and resurrection of the electric car, as well as the role of renewable energy and sustainable living in our country's future; issues which affect everyone from progressive liberals to the neo-conservative right.
- Tom Hanks, Martin Sheen, Mel Gibson, Alexandra Paul, Ed Begley Jr., Peter Horton, Phyllis Diller, Huell Howser, David Freeman, Paul Scott, Bob Sexton, Chelsea Sexton, J. Karen Thomas, Colette Divine, Reverend Gadget
- Chris Paine
- Documentary , Culture & Society