“McLibel” is the story of two ordinary people who humiliated McDonald’s in the biggest corporate PR disaster in history. In the longest trial in English legal history, the “McLibel Two” represented themselves against McDonald’s £10 million legal team. 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.