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Aaron Sorkin writes and directs one of the best films of 2020, The Chicago 7 Trial. The appointment on SimulWatch is for Friday October 16th at 9pm.

The shared vision of Friday 16 October organized by the editorial staff of his SimulWatch, our app available for free on Google Play e App Store, is one of the best films of 2020. The Chicago Trial 7 is written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, acclaimed screenwriter of films such as The Social Network, Moneyball – The art of winning, Charlie Wilson’s War, Honor code and creator of the series West Wing e The Newsroom. This new work of his, which he also chose to direct, centers on the actual trial that took place in 1969, during which seven people were accused by the US Federal Government of causing mass riots at the Democratic Convention in Chicago, held the year. before. Which actor doesn’t want to act out the lines written by Sorkin? In fact, the cast is remarkable: Sacha Baron Cohen, Michael Keaton, Eddie Redmayne, Jeremy Strong, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Mark Rylance, William Hurt and Frank Langella are among the stars of this film which had a long gestation and finally landed on Netflix.
The appointment for see all The Chicago 7 trial and comment on it with friends and family, each at home, through the SimulWatch chat is set for Friday 16 October at 9 pm.

During the conference that starts the story of The Chicago Trial 7, there have been several anti-Vietnam war demonstrations, which peaked when demonstrators showed up armed with stones. The police had to quell the riots with tear gas, while downtown Chicago was put to sword and fire by the protest. The investigation led to the identification of seven protesters: Abbie Hoffman, an exponent of the American counterculture with an irascible character and a criminal record, Jerry Rubin, Bobby Seale, John Froines, Tom hayden, Lee Weiner and David Dellinger; all tried for conspiracy.

SimulWatch is the app created by Coming Soon which is both a movie search engine within all legal streaming platforms operating in Italy, and a platform through which to set shared appointments for watching a movie and comment on it through the internal chat with friends, relatives or even strangers from the comfort of your home sofa.
The next appointment with the SimulWatch shared vision will be with: Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle.


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