A great documentary mainly about those whole leased the GM EV-1 back in the 90s and fell in love with them. Then, when the lease was up GM took the cars back and did not offer them for sale anywhere. The vast majority were crushed with a few remaining disabled ones saved for collections and museums. The same thing happened wit other car manufacturer's similar cars - destroyed even though the divers loved them for their efficiency, quietness, power etc. The documentary looks at the politics and monetary ties that caused these cars to be pulled from the market and destroyed and why we have not seen a true resurgence. The cars always had a waiting list, so the demand was there. In fact, when some former EV-1 drivers found the lot where their cars were being stored, they offered to buy them outright from GM (with more buyers than cars, creating a waiting list for a car never to produced again), but GM outright refused. Mel Gibson, Ed Begely Jr, and other former EV-1 drivers were interviewed for this sad tale of politics dictating the marketplace.