Spoiled (film)

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The film poster shows a man walking past a Pumpjack, to the right of the poster, holding a empty red gas can. The middle has the film's name and tagline, and the bottom contains a list of the director's previous works, as well as the film's credits, rating, and release date.
Directed by Mark Mathis
Produced by Mark Mathis
Written by Kevin Miller
Starring Mark Mathis
Music by Yuca, Stephen Easterling, Andy Gabrys
Cinematography Ben Huddleston, Nathan Frankowski
Edited by Steve Plamisano
WestWave Films
Distributed by WestWave Films
Release date
  • 2 November 2011 (2011-11-02)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Spoiled (stylized as spOILed) is a 2011 documentary film about energy myths, environmental issues with energy, the problems with alternative energy, and the global warming controversy associated with energy. Spoiled also discusses wind energy, solar energy, fossil fuels, green energy, alternative energy, and sustainable energy as a part of its renewable energy documentary scope.[1]


Spoiled begins investigating energy myths by asking if people today believe we are "addicted" to oil and if oil is destroying our lives the way other addictions do. The energy movie documentary explores humankind's relationship to oil addiction, and reveals a pattern of misinformation, disinformation, and deception about energy myths. The renewable energy documentary investigates what is likely to be the greatest challenge ever faced by humanity; that of trying to run the modern world on less oil addiction.



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