‘The Trial Of The Chicago 7’: Sorkin’s Historic Courtroom Docudrama

Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of The Chicago 7 has justified the epic courtroom drama fully. The drama is based on the confliction between the government and the group of men who opposed its corruption. The trial of the righteous people who raised their voice against Vietnam War has perfectly been presented on the screen.

The Trial Of The Chicago 7

It is a star studded movie as Sorkin didn’t take a chance to reach a level for the movie that shows the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. The trial had been continued for five months.

It had sparked a revolution in the country. The whole trial was a conspiracy for government and a battle for the people of America who never felt fear to say what was right and what was wrong.

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After debuting as a director with the film Molly’s Game, he directed the movie with all his efforts which have been reflected on the screen. Sacha Baron Cohen has played the role of Abbie Hoffman and has taken the film to such a high that viewers are compelled to clap.

Emmy winners Jeremy Strong and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II have accompanied him significantly. Eddie Readymayne, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Thomas Middleditch, Alex Sharp and others also justified their characters.

Somewhere in the movie Sorkin has shown the courtroom trial, sometimes the demonstrations were shown outside the trial and clash of personalities. Sorkin is no doubt a good scriptwriter who bagged many awards.

He presented the historical trial very safely on screen with its large scale portrait and various moving parts. This docudrama also has the significance layers and such potential that it is acclaimed by the viewers and critics.

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