The story of seven people was tried on several charges related to the 1968 National Democratic Convention uprising in Chicago, Illinois.
Aaron Sorkin Author:
Starring Aaron Sorkin:
Eddie Redmayne, Alex Sharp, Sacha Baron Cohen | In Chicago in 1968, the Democratic Party Convention organized demonstrations by activists such as Moderate Students for Democratic Society led by Tom Hayden and Yippie activists led by Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin, sparking violent clashes with local authorities. As a result, seven accused leaders were brought to justice for conspiring by the hostile Nixon administration, including Bobby Seale of the Black Panthers who was not involved in the incident. The next was an unfair trial presided over by Judge Hoffman (without parents) who fought and was continued by Richard Schultz who refused but was forced. As his pro bono lawyers struggle with this possibility, Hayden and his colleagues are frustrated by the Yippies’ outrageous taunts that weaken their defense against the system even though Seale was not given the opportunity. to defend himself in his own way. Along the way, the Chicago 7s clashed with their political philosophy even when they knew they needed each other in this fight.