The Netflix movie that you can watch on YouTube for free

Nowadays, and thanks to the magic of streaming, we can watch movies on our mobile and tablet thanks to the apps from Netflix, HBO, Movistar, etc. The pioneer in this field of streaming, the YouTube platform, offered this possibility for years … Though it wasn’t exactly very legal considering it involved users uploading movies and skipping copyrights even if they reversed the image or covered 75% (or less) of the playback screen.

It’s still happening, but to combat it, Google’s service has created a channel called “YouTube Movies” that allows us to do the same thing as a digital video store – rent hours, days, or buy a digital movie. As for platforms like Netflix, to see their content you have to subscribe and use their streaming platform, but not this weekend. At least not for this movie.

The Chicago 7 Trial for free on YouTube

The Chicago Trial of the 7 movie, released as an original on Netflix last October, recreates the violent struggle with the police and national guard that broke out in 1968 during the peaceful protest at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

The protest organizers were charged with conspiring to provoke a riot, and the ensuing trial was one of the most infamous in American history, recreated with a cast that included Eddie Redmayne and Sacha Baron Cohen – who got along well. find. Criticism of His Performance, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Mark Rylance.

Well, if you missed it, or if you didn’t subscribe right away, you can watch The Trial of the 7 in Chicago on the Netflix platform to commemorate the anniversary of the mythical trial, free and free, although subject to a couple of conditions:

You will not see the video on Netflix, but it has been posted on his YouTube channel
It is only for this weekend for 48 hours, free and accessible on Friday and Saturday
Since nowadays we can watch YouTube from countless devices, either on a mobile phone or on a TV, this is a good opportunity to discover a great movie. And by the way, thank Netflix for the unexpected gesture.

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