Effectively now. Netflix is doing one thing fairly cool right here with their Oscar contender The Trial of the Chicago 7, if I do say so myself. To be able to commemorate the anniversary of the trial verdict depicted within the film, they’re going to make the Golden Globe nominated movie accessible at no cost. Sure, The Trial of the Chicago 7 might be made accessible globally on YouTube for 48 hours, beginning tomorrow. It will enable individuals all all over the world to observe the flick at no cost, even when they don’t have a Netflix subscription, so kudos to them. The movie might be on the Netflix YouTube Channel starting at 12:00am PST on Friday, February nineteenth, for those who’re curious to test it out there.
Here’s a message from Aaron Sorkin concerning the movie and this announcement:
“Since my preliminary introduction fourteen years in the past, my relationship to the story of The Trial of the Chicago 7 has modified considerably. Once we started capturing final winter, we knew the story we had been telling was not solely an vital chapter of American historical past, however was loads related to present occasions. We actually didn’t want it to get extra related, but it surely did. To commemorate the anniversary of the decision on this historic trial, we’ve made the movie accessible on YouTube for 48 hours beginning Friday, February nineteenth at 12:00am PT, remembering the actual patriots who impressed a era – truly, generations – to take to the streets and uphold the foundations of our US Structure, together with the brave voices that proceed to take action right now. It’s our honor to share their story with the world.”
Keep tuned for extra all through the season on The Trial of the Chicago 7!