Saw the film last week. Nice work by Chris Paine. I'm sure he is right in assigning guilt to each of his list of suspects-- U.S. automakers, oil companies, the U.S. executive branch of government, California's Air Resource Board, the American car driver, and whoever else was on his list. But my big problem with the film is that it doesn't explain why foreign-made electric vehicles have not sold well here, or, why electric vehicles have not sold well in other countries. Take Norway, or Japan. Neither has a government led by oil company people. Why aren't their people driving electrics? I'd like to see the thesis of "Who Killed the Electric Car?" applied to the failure of the electric car to sell in those countries. If we try it, most of the suspects drop off the list.