The Trial of the Chicago 7

In 1968, democracy refused to back down.

Categories: Drama, History, Thriller
What was supposed to be a peaceful protest turned into a violent clash with the police. What followed was one of the most notorious trials in history.
Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 2020-09-25
Run time: 130 minute / 2:10
Budget: $35,000,000
Revenue: $107,423
Director: Aaron Sorkin
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Production Companies : Paramount, Cross Creek Pictures, ShivHans Pictures, DreamWorks Pictures, Amblin Partners, Double Infinity Productions, MadRiver Pictures, Marc Platt Productions, Reliance Entertainment, Rocket Science
Production Countries: India, United Kingdom, United States of America


Sacha Baron Cohen
as Abbie Hoffman
Eddie Redmayne
as Tom Hayden
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
as Bobby Seale
Jeremy Strong
as Jerry Rubin
Mark Rylance
as William Kunstler
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
as Richard Schultz
Michael Keaton
as Ramsey Clark
Frank Langella
as Judge Julius Hoffman
John Carroll Lynch
as David Dellinger
Alex Sharp
as Rennie Davis
John Doman
as John Mitchell
Ben Shenkman
as Leonard Weinglass
J. C. MacKenzie
as Thomas Foran
Danny Flaherty
as John Froines
Noah Robbins
as Lee Weiner
Kelvin Harrison Jr.
as Fred Hampton
Caitlin Fitzgerald
as Agent Daphne O'Connor
Alice Kremelberg
as Bernadine
Wayne Duvall
as Detective Deluca
Damian Young
as Howard Ackerman
C.J. Wilson
as Sergeant Scott Scibelli
Brady Jenness
as David Dellinger's Son
Meghan Rafferty
as Mrs. Dellinger
Juliette Angelo
as Juror 6
Brendan Burke
as Bailiff
Tah von Allmen
as Mrs. Winter
Alan Metoskie
as Allen Ginsberg
John Gawlik
as Policeman That Arrests Jerry
Kevin O'Donnell
as Bar Patron 1
Gavin Haag
as Bar Patron 2
Tiffany Denise Hobbs
as Sondra
Steve Routman
as David Stahl
Madison Nichols
as Demonstrator
John F. Carpenter
as Detective Bell
Larry Mitchell
as Detective Frapoly
Mike Geraghty
as Detective Sam McGiven
Mike Brunlieb
as Eddie
James Pravasilis
as Egg Throwing Crowd Member
Vic Kuligoski
as Frat Boy 1
Brandon Fierro
as Frat Boy 2
Calvin Ticknor-Swanson
as Frat Boy 3
Gabrielle Perrea
as Girl in Beret
Michelle Hurst
as Housekeeper Jane
Tony Lawry
as Man
Kathleen Garrett
as Mitchell's Secretary
Matt LeFevour
as Officer 1
Christian Litke
as Officer 2
Max Adler
as Officer Wojohowski
Michael Bassett
as Officer Quinn
Shawn Parsons
as Policeman in Haymarket
Julian Hester
as Policeman on Bullhorn
John Quilty
as Reporter Jack
Kate Miller
as Reporter Majorie
Edward Fletcher
as Reporter Sy
Blair Lewin
as Woman in Tavern
Jessica Wood
as Bartender
Steven Komito
as Marshal
Marco Lama
as Someone in the Crowd
Ben Kass
as Reporter 7
Gabriel Franken
as Reporter 8
Ed Flynn
as Reporter 9
Alex Henderson
as Young Man
David Fierro
as Bailiff 2
Sam Nelson Harris
as Band Lead Singer
Marlee Mendelson
as Band Member
Hana Chew
as Band Member
Ashley Trumbo
as Band Member
Allison Trumbo
as Band Member
Shane Skidmore
as Band Member
Jeffrey Yonkus
as Band Member
Maria Jacobson
as Band Member
Brendan Brown
as Band Member
Dan MacDonald
as Band Member
Keeley Morris
as Female Protester
Thomas John Gallagher
as Radio Cop
Michael A. Dean
as Carl Oglesby
Elizabeth Holder
as Juror 11
Phedon Papamichael Cinematography

Walter F. Parkes Executive Producer
Sacha Baron Cohen Associate Producer
Laurie MacDonald Executive Producer

Alan Baumgarten Editor

Aaron Sorkin Screenplay

Aaron Sorkin Director

Shane Valentino Production Design

Costume & Make-Up
Susan Lyall Costume Designer

Marc Butan Executive Producer
Marc Platt Producer
Anthony Katagas Executive Producer
Tyler Thompson Producer

Daniel Pemberton Original Music Composer

Andrew Baseman Set Decoration

Vincent Grashaw Co-Executive Producer
Matt Jackson Producer
Kristie Macosko Executive Producer

Costume & Make-Up
Nathan J. Busch II Hair Department Head
Louise McCarthy Makeup Department Head

Shivani Rawat Executive Producer
Stuart Besser Producer
James Rodenhouse Executive Producer
Nia Vazirani Executive Producer

Brian Luce Police Consultant

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