McLibel 2 disc set DVD for £3.99 or less with vouchers at CD-WOW
McLibel 2 disc set DVD for £3.99 or less with vouchers at CD-WOW

McLibel 2 disc set DVD for £3.99 or less with vouchers at CD-WOW

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Seems a good deal for a movie with a decent (7.6) IMDB rating

Using current vouchers, should be either £3.24 or £2.99 depending on which used, don't forget quidco!

IMDB summary:

McDonald's loved using the UK libel laws to suppress criticism. Major media organisations like the BBC and The Guardian crumbled and apologised. But then they sued gardener Helen Steel and postman Dave Morris. In the longest trial in English legal history, the "McLibel Two" represented themselves against McDonald's £10 million legal team. Every aspect of the corporation's business was cross-examined: from junk food and McJobs, to animal cruelty, environmental damage and advertising to children. Outside the courtroom, Dave brought up his young son alone and Helen supported herself working nights in a bar. McDonald's tried every trick in the book against them. Legal manoeuvres. A visit from Ronald McDonald. Top executives flying to London for secret settlement negotiations. Even spies. Seven years later, in February 2005, the marathon legal battle finally concluded at the European Court of Human Rights. And the result took everyone by surprise - especially the British Government. McLibel is not just about hamburgers. It is about the importance of freedom of speech now that multinational corporations are more powerful than countries. Filmed over ten years by no-budget Director Franny Armstrong, McLibel is the David and Goliath story of two people who refused to say sorry. And in doing so, changed the world. Written by Lizzie Gillet

Special Features:

* Commentaries from Director Franny Armstrong and drama Director Ken Loach, defendants Helen Steel, David Morris and David's son Charlie
* The secret settlement meeting between Helen, Dave and the McDonalds executives
* The leaflet at the centre of the trial
* McDonalds post-verdict press conference
* The TV rejection letters 'Not Enough Action'
* Interviews with:
o Eric Schlosser, author of 'Fast Food Nation'
o Geoffrey Giuliano, ex Ronald Mcdonald
o Howard Lyman of Oprah Winfrey / Mad Cow infamy
o George Ritzer, author of 'The McDonaldisation Of Society'
o Michael Mansfield QC
* Quiz
* Deleted Scenes
* Trailers
* Photo Gallery

I personally have a £2 voucher due to expire on Sunday, and am only happy to take this for £2


i do'nt like ham burgers

sounds very interesting maybe give it a spin

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