Based on a true story of the famed designer/inventor Preston Tucker, who revolutionized the automotive industry. This tale takes place during the post World War 2 era, and focuses on Tucker [Jeff Bridges] vision to develop and market a much sturdy and definitely faster car. Corporate politics causes major setbacks and much agonizing frustration for the potent entrepreneur. Directed by veteran filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, who articulate a acceptable depiction of a true spirited maverick, Preston Tucker. Jeff Bridges performance of the titled character is what stands out from this low keyed offering , whilst the dependable Joan Allen gives another strong performance, that’s seasonally recognized with this actress persona. Tucker suffered arduously at the box-office and is fractionally under-rated in considering the all-round structure and acting superiority. Tucker: The Man and His Dream is a mellowed retelling of a often forgotten son who laid the catalyst of the American automobile industry, who was always a diligent worker and equally compassionate family man.