17 April 2017
The Poly, Falmouth, 7.30pm
Dir. John Lee Hancock | USA | 115 min | 12A
Michael Keaton headlines as the man who made McDonald's the biggest fast-food chain in the world.
It's the multi-billion dollar fast food corporation that serves, on average, 68 million customers a day in 119 countries across the world. But how did McDonald's become the world-conquering force it is today? This gripping drama tells the story of Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton), a travelling salesman who turned two brothers' humble hamburger stand into the most successful fast-food brand in the world through a combination of ambition, persistence, and ruthlessness.
This fascinating story comes to the big screen courtesy of writer Robert D. Siegel (The Wrestler) and director John Lee Hancock (Saving Mr Banks).
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