The Trial of the Chicago 7 Film Review: You Can’t Miss This Legal Drama Film on Netflix!

The Trial of the Chicago 7 Film Review: You Can't Miss This Legal Drama Film on Netflix!

The movie has directional work of Aaron Sorkin and he made it all about the historical legal drama. Stuart M. Besser, Matt Jackson, Marc Platt and Tyler Thompson have produced the film. The Trial of the Chicago film based the riots and protests took place in Chicago. The Federal Government accused eight offenders of conspiracy in 1960 and 1970. They were accused of urging disturbance. Not only this but there were many charges on them including anti-Vietnam war and riots took place in Chicago on the great occasion of Democratic National Convention in 1968. The situation of 1968 was similar to 2020, but it wasn’t due to pandemic but war. The president of the US was Lyndon B. Johnson. The riots made people’s lives difficult.

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Highlights

  • The Trial of the Chicago 7 released on 16th October 2020 on Netflix.
  • The situation of 1968 was similar to 2020, but it wasn’t due to pandemic but war.

Aaron Sorkin has written the plot while Daniel Pemberton has given the music to the film. The English language film has done well at the box-office. The film has released already on the biggest streaming platform Netflix on 16th October. Initially, the film was ready for the theatrical release by Paramount Pictures. Due to the coronavirus crisis, the film couldn’t release in theatres, and the distribution rights were sold to Netflix.

The Trial of the Chicago 7 Film Review

You all should that the viewers are enjoying the screenplay, casting. All the scenes and moments of the film have designed beautiful, and it looks parallel to 1960s.

The film is starring Sacha Baron Cohen in the role of Abbie Hoffman, Eddie Redmayne played Tom Hayden, Joseph Gordon-Levitt played Richard Schultz, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II played the role of Bobby Seale, Michael Keaton played the role of Ramsey Clark, Frank Langella played the role of Judge Julius Hoffman, Kelvin Harrison Jr played Fred Hampton and many others.

The shooting of the film was ready to begin in September 2019 but extended for a month later. In October 2019, it started between New Jersey and Chicago. The film has a great list of 17 tracks. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film received 94% of approval rating. There are many films related to the incident.

One can enjoy the film on Netflix. It is easy to watch if you don’t know how you can go through it, so follow the steps. Before saying anything, we love to inform you that Netflix is a paid platform. If you want to watch the film, then you have to buy a subscription for it. Firstly direct the app from Google Play Store or Apple Store. Then, search and install the application. Later that you have to buy the subscription plan, it’s all your choice whether it is for a year or one month.

Now you can enjoy ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ on Netflix. Apart from it, there are many other web series and films as well which you can enjoy after the subscription. Stay connected for more updates.

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