Maxime, McDuff & McDo

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Maxime, McDuff & McDo
Directed by Magnus Isacsson
Produced by Monique Simard and Marcel Simard
Music by Robert Marcel Lepage
Edited by Louise Côté
Running time 52 minutes
Country Canada
Language French

Maxime, McDuff & McDo is a 2002 documentary film by Magnus Isacsson[1] that shows the attempt to unionize a McDonald's restaurant in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. They were successful, but McDonald's quickly shut down the franchise after the union won.[2][3]

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  1. ^ The Films of Magnus Isacsson - Maxime, McDuff & McDo - Synopsis
  2. ^ Godefroy, Julie (1 March 2003). "Maxime, McDuff et McDo". Le Journal des Alternatives (in French) (Montreal). Retrieved 8 August 2012. 
  3. ^ "Abstract". Ciné-Bulles (in French) (Montreal) 21 (2). 2003. ISSN 0820-8921. Retrieved 8 August 2012. 

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