The story of seven people was indicted on various sedition charges at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois.
Aaron Sorkin Author:
Aaron Sorkin plays the lead role:
Eddie Redmayne, Alex Sharp, Sacha Baron Cohen | In Chicago, the 1968 Democratic Party Convention was faced with protests by activists such as the moderate students of the Democratic Union led by Tom Hayden and Yippies led by Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin, which led to violent clashes with local authorities. As a result, seven leaders charged with charges such as conspiracy by the hostile Nixon government, including Bobby Seale of the Black Panthers, were not involved in the incident. The next was an unfair trial presided over by Judge Hoffman, who was at war and had nothing to do with it, and was tried by Richard Schultz, who refused but served. While their pro bono attorneys face such an opportunity, Hayden and his colleagues are frustrated by the outrageous antics of the yippies who weaken their defenses despite a system even if Seale has been denied the opportunity to defend himself in his own way. Gradually, Chicago 7 clashed in their political philosophy, although they felt they needed each other in this struggle.