The Fuel Film Review

If you’re in the mood to enjoy a Cuban cigar and watch a film that interesting, you might Like Tthe Fuel Film. A film made in 2011 is an exciting take on the environment and one man’s journey through America with his fast-food oil-burning vehicle. It would have been cool if he had been smoking a Cohiba cigar, maybe even a Cuban Cigar.

The Film Fuel, Josh Tickell’s unabashedly personal, 11-years-in-the-making attack on America’s dependence on oil, is not so prominent a documentary on green living as a red, white, and blue horn. But if you can tolerate the urge to race for the exit, you may leave the movie theater with a sense of hope than when you went in.

A sustainable power minister whose church is a trailer that operates on food grease, Mr. Tickell battles the oil business poisons on our climate, corrupts our politics, and warms our planet. Animated by a childhood spent amongst the oil refineries and pollution dilemmas of Louisiana, Mr. Tickell was an early adopter of alternative combustibles.

I think its a film you’ll enjoy watching while you smoke a nice Cuban Cigar.

More information on the film can be found here The Fuel Film. Watch it Here on Amazon The Fuel Film


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