The trial of the Chicago 7 : the screenplay

by Sorkin, Aaron,

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The brilliant screenplay of the Academy Award-nominated film The Trial of the Chicago 7 by Academy and Emmy Award-winning screenwriter and director Aaron Sorkin.

Sorkin's film dramatizes the 1969 trial of seven prominent anti-Vietnam War activists in Chicago. Originally there were eight defendants, but one, Bobby Seale, was severed from the trial by Judge Julius Hoffman--after Hoffman had ordered Seale bound and gagged in court.

The defendants were a mix of counterculture revolutionaries such as Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin, and political activists such as Tom Hayden, Rennie Davis, and David Dellinger, the last a longtime pacifist who was a generation older than the others. Their lawyers argued that the right to free speech was on trial, whether that speech concerned lifestyles or politics.

The Trial of the Chicago 7 stars Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Frank Langella, and Mark Rylance, among others, directed by Aaron Sorkin. This book is Sorkin's screenplay, the first of his movie screenplays ever published.
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Subjects Trial of the Chicago 7 (Motion picture)
Chicago Seven Trial, Chicago, Ill., 1969-1970 -- Drama.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Drama.
Trials (Political crimes and offenses) -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Drama.
Trials (Conspiracy) -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Drama.
Legal drama.
Motion picture plays.
Publisher New York :Simon & Schuster Paperbacks,2020
Edition First Simon & Schuster trade paperback edition.
Other Titles Trial of the Chicago Seven
Contributors Netflix (Firm)
Language English
Notes "Netflix official screenplay of the Netflix film"--Cover.
Description 170 pages ; 23 cm
ISBN 9781982163242
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