Get your popcorn ready and head to your sofa. Since we can't go to the movies, and if you don't have a Netflix account, you can always turn to YouTube. For 48 hours, the movie "The Trial of the Chicago 7" is available for free on Netflix's YouTube channel. Internet users will be able to discover this film in its original version just a few weeks before the Golden Globes ceremony in which it is nominated.
In many areas, Netflix's free trials are no longer available. Many internet users used to use this opportunity to watch movies and series for free for one month before they stopped their subscription. However, the American giant sometimes offers the possibility to watch movies for free in another way. This is the case with "The Trial of the Chicago 7," directed by Aaron Sorkin and based on a true story. A few weeks before the Golden Globes 2021 ceremony in which the drama is nominated in the category "best dramatic film," internet users will be able to discover it for free by going to the YouTube channel of Netflix.
While the film is only offered in its original version, ie, in English, subtitles are available in several languages with French, German, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Japanese and of course English. A free offer but limited in time since the film will only be available on YouTube in its entirety for 48 hours starting this Friday, February 19 at 12:00 noon Pacific time. Netflix explained that it was commemorating the anniversary of the trial of the Chicago 7." The drama returns to the case of the "Chicago 7" in the late 1960s during the anti-Vietnam War protests where seven people were accused of conspiracy and inciting riots
The film, directed by Aaron Sorkin, stars Eddie Redmayne, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Sacha Baron Cohen among others.
Available via YouTube at: Youtu.be/2k9CIfJsONw