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|
Maxime, McDuff & McDo is a 2002 documentary film by Magnus Isacsson 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.
- The Films of Magnus Isacsson - Maxime, McDuff & McDo - Synopsis
- Godefroy, Julie (1 March 2003). "Maxime, McDuff et McDo". Le Journal des Alternatives (in French) (Montreal). Retrieved 8 August 2012.
- "Abstract". Ciné-Bulles (in French) (Montreal) 21 (2). 2003. ISSN 0820-8921. Retrieved 8 August 2012.
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