We first borrowed this from the library and enjoyed it so much we borrowed it again to show to others. It is a fantastic movie because it is a true story about a Ph. D. college professor of engineering who invented an automotive device that today we all take so for granted that we can scarcely think of a car without this device. But, and not all that long ago, no car of any make or of any price had this feature. The inventor was so sure of himself that he made plans to be the sole manufacturer and then supply the auto industry. However, he did not reckon on being double crossed, lied to, and have his invention despite the patent protection he thought he had, stolen by a major auto manufacturer. He sued, went to court, and although a non-lawyer, went up against a bevy of high priced auto industry lawyers and won. Just how he won and what he also lost in the process...well, you'll have to watch the movie to find out.