The Chicago 7 Trial: Netflix movie based on true events

Netflix is ​​preparing new original content that will arrive in its catalog. The Chicago 7 trial is a new film based on real events that has just presented its first trailer.

Recently, Netlix officially announced the arrival of the film The Trial of the Chicago 7. This film, which will be directed by Aaron Sorkin, is inspired by real events involving the Chicago Seven, a group of Protestants accused of conspiracy by the American State in 1968. As expected, after their successes, the streaming platform bet again on original content and now from the hand of a great team.

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This film, which surprised everyone with its strong and realistic trailer, was directed by Aaron Sorkin, winner of an Oscar for Social Network in 2011. In addition, the film will star Joseph Gordon Levitt, Eddie Redmayne, Alex Sharp, Sacha Baron Cohen and 2020 Emmy Award winners Jeremy Strong of Succession and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II of Watchmen.

A movie based on real events

The Trial of the Chicago Seven, known in Spanish under the title of "The Chicago 7 Trial", will tell the true story of the violent confrontation between the police and the National Guard, which led to the Chicago 8 Trial, which was later renamed the Chicago 7 Trial, as Bobby Sale, the eighth defendant, finally had a trial separately.

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According to the streaming platform, the film will tell the story of a protest that was supposed to be peaceful, at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. However, it turned into a violent confrontation with the police, resulting in a trial for conspiracy and riots. against its organizers: Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Tom Hayden, David Dellinger, Rennie Davis, John Froines and Lee Weiner.

The Chicago Trial of the 7 will hit the catalog in October, and will be accompanied by other great releases such as Beyond the Moon. Netflix is ​​betting on its original content, and on Wednesday September 23 it premiered Enola Holmes, the new film by Millie Bobby Brown, which has already confirmed its second part. | Cinema, comics and series