If you don't have a Netflix subscription, but have been meaning to watch 'The Trial of The Chicago 7', then you're in luck.
'The Trial of the Chicago 7' will be available on Youtube (or right here, if you scroll to the bottom of the article) for 48 hours this weekend.
It's free to watch all over the globe.
Director-writer Aaron Sorkin and the cast, including Eddie Redmayne, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Michael Keaton, and Sacha Baron Cohen, released a video explaining their reason for releasing the movie.
A statement from Sorkin reads: "Since my initial introduction fourteen years ago, my relationship to the story of 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' has changed significantly.
"When we began shooting last winter, we knew the story we were telling was not only an important chapter of American history, but was plenty relevant to current events. We certainly didn’t need it to get more relevant, but it did.
"To commemorate the anniversary of the verdict in this historic trial, we’ve made the film available on YouTube for 48 hours starting Friday, February 19th at 12:00am PT, remembering the real patriots who inspired a generation - actually, generations - to take to the streets and uphold the foundations of our US Constitution, along with the courageous voices that continue to do so today.
"It’s our honor to share their story with the world."
'The Trial of the Chicago 7' recently earned five Golden Globes nominations, including Best Motion Picture - Drama.
You can read our full review for the historical drama here.
Watch it now in the link below (unless its time has expired, in which case, too late, sorry!).