Waffle Street's riches-to-rags tale is an adaptation of James Adams' 2010 memoir of the same name (published by Sourced Media Books), which chronicles the financier's foray into the food industry. After being laid off at the hedge fund where he worked, and further jaded by his culpability in the crisis, Adams chose to work at a popular 24-hour diner where he claims "most of his financial knowledge has been gleaned." Offering a fresh take on the fallout of corporate greed, Adams' is a tale of the redemption and unlikely friendship found under the tutelage of Glover's character Edward, the best short-order cook in town.
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The movie was filmed in Lehi, Utah. See more
When Jims father and Grandpop come to Papas to offer him a loan, Grandpops shirt changes from a white collared shirt, to a solid colored shirt and then back again. See more
What we do is legal, therefore it is not unethical. If this was unethical, it would be illegal.
Written and performed by Michael Lee Bishop See more