[Reporter Han Hyeon-jeong, Daily Economy Star Today]
‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’coach Aaron Sorkin was honored with the Golden Globe Screenplay Award.
Director Aaron Sorkin won the Screenplay Award for the movie ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ at the 78th Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, USA on the 28th (local time).
The work deals with the notorious trial in which seven protesters, ‘Chicago 7’, were prosecuted after a massive clash between protesters and police in Chicago in 1968. This is the second film by director Aaron Sorkin, a screenwriter who wrote screenplays for ‘A Few Good Man’, ‘The American President’, ‘The Social Network’, ‘Moneyball’ and TV series ‘The West Wing’ and ‘News Room’.
Meanwhile, at the awards ceremony that day, the movie ‘Minari’ (director Lee Issac Chung), which is receiving hot domestic and international attention, was nominated for the Foreign Language Film Awards, raising expectations for the award. Previously, director Bong Joon-ho’s film ‘Parasite’ also won the Foreign Language Film Award at this awards ceremony. However, even though ‘Minari’ was in charge of both the production and distribution in the United States, it was nominated for the Foreign Language Film Awards because Korean ambassadors occupy a large number of them.
‘Minari’ is a story about the special journey of a Korean family who left for an unfamiliar United States in search of hope, and starred by Stephen Yeon, Han Ye-ri and Yoon Yeo-jung. It will be released on the 3rd.
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