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Dedicated to weaning Americans from their oil addiction, Josh Tickell sets out across the nation in his "Veggie Van" (which runs on fry oil acquired from fast food joints) to interview scientists, environmentalists, businessmen, celebrities and common working people in the hopes of increasing awareness of environmental issues and alternative fuel choices.
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Fuel is rated Not Rated
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Violence: War footage shows actual soldiers and civilians killed or injured by explosions or gunfire, as well as other collateral damage from these conflicts.
Sexual Content: Individuals discuss fertility, reproduction and birth defects related to pollution from oil refineries.
Language: Several terms of Deity are used.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Oil is compared to an addictive drug. Injections are depicted. The historic production of homemade alcohol is briefly shown.
Other: Government and business corruption and manipulation are discussed.
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On January 1, 2010 Josh Tickell married the documentary’s producer Rebecca Harrell. In her early career she starred in Man of the Year. Other films that address environmental issues include Food Inc., The 11th Hour, Flow , An Inconvenient Truth, and Who Killed the Electric Car?
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Canadian Home Video Rating: NR
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Details on home video releases of Fuel...
Fuel releases to DVD on June 22, 2010 with the following bonus extras:
- Sustainable Biodiesel Extra with HERObx
- Building a Green Bottom Line with John Paul Dejoria
- How to Get 150MPG from Your Prius
- How to Save Thousands Through Energy Efficiency
- Director and Creative Team Commentary
Fuel releases to Blu-ray on January 25, 2011.