Who directed the ‘Who Stole the Electric Car’ movie?

I’ve heard of this movie about electric cars a long time ago but I’m not entirely sure when it was made or who directed it. Who directed the ‘Who Stole the Electric Car’ movie?

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Marlee John
Answered on Jul 27, 2022
Directed by James and Robert Dastoli, ‘Who Stole the Electric Car’ is a 2009 comedy film often confused with its brother Chris Pane’s ‘Who Killed the Electric Car’.
Running for 90 minutes, the comedy movie is about a young Californian wanting to get his girlfriend a car and winds up stealing a prototype of an electric vehicle. The automaker then must try to retrieve it without making too much of a fuss lest their EV program gets shut down after too much publicity.
While the movie is not in an expository documentary format, it does deal with some of the issues that Chris Pane’s movie addresses. In the ‘90s, electric cars were emerging which caused a threat to the large-scale oil industry.
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