Elon Musk, the only bad piece of the whole film. There is nothing renewable about the product Elon Musk's company produces, period. Electric cars need to be charged using the same electricity you use for your TV and light. This means that whatever pollution you don't see from your electric car because it doesn't burn fossil fuel directly simply is being emitted when that electricity is produced burning coal or natural gas. So there is nothing renewable about the electric cars. On top of that, the batteries used in the electric cars cause huge pollution. Unless all electricity is produced by solar or wind power, electric cars are much worse than regular cars, and if all electricity is all produced by solar and wind power, electric cars still have to solve the pullution caused by the production and disposal of batteries to become environment friendly. Don't be fooled by Elon Musk. He is no different than the Koch brothers, maybe a bit better but not that much.
Very well made documentary, it's a shame that the filmmaker, Simon Klose has been so quiet for the last few years. It's an interesting editorial choice to show Peter Sunde buying a parking ticket and displaying it @ 32min and then Fredrik discarding a parking ticket @ 1hour. Maybe the director wanted to show that while the people behind the site had similar opinions their motives were completely polarised. Or it was just showing that Fredrik didn't give a damn anymore since he had been served a 7million pound fine. Either way both guys got pretty much the same punishment.
Reviewed on November 18, 2016