It's not the movie (yet), but I thought I'd try a slight spin on a common Tesla message. We've heard how the total cost of ownership is similar to a Camry, but here I try to point out that your money is going back into the car and not out to big dirty oil. Imagine this on a billboard in NYC. GoFundMe? I understand why Tesla doesn't advertise (plenty of demand). To me (and I bet a lot of us here), it's like having super powers but you can't tell anyone... or at least people don't know the truth because of all the FUD and false stories out there, and think we're just some rich people taking big risks. They don't hear about how ordinary, middle-class folks are trading in their Honda and Prius for a Tesla. But I do think people care about saving their hard-earned money and not sharing it with the 1%, at no extra cost. Sometimes I think Tesla doesn't advertise just so they can say so. It's like getting an A on an Exam without studying, it's a bit of pride I think. On the other hand, any Tesla advertising would likely trigger a tsunami of false (or crafted) demand stories once again. But it doesn't mean we can't advertise. We do it already with our friends and neighbors which is what Tesla wants, right? And if Tesla tried to stop anyone, a lawsuit might even be better! (For now, both of those images have free use as non-commercial.) I really think Michael Moore could do a hell of a job here, and sometimes wonder if even he is afraid of what big oil could do to him personally. Well then, where is he? A Tesla Movie on the Mission vs Evil would be awesome and would likely do pretty well in the box office.