The Trial of the Chicago 7 is one of the best movies of 2020 with Aaron Sorkin at his best in a genre that feels like a perfect match.
Directed by Josephine Decker, Shirley tells the story of Shirley Jackson and her husband, a college professor, living with another couple, Fred, and Rosie, both families helping each other out. Soon Rosie starts to understand Shirley, her marriage, and that her new life might not be as pleasant as she expected.
Directed by Ridley Scott, Kingdom of Heaven (Director’s Cut) is a period film on the conflict between Christians and Muslims in late 12th century Jerusalem. Surrounding the war is human jealousy, political conspiracies, misinterpretations of religion, and in the center of it all is Balian (Orlando Bloom), a Knight to the King of Jerusalem.
Directed by Gavin Hood, Official Secrets (2019) is the real life story of Katherine Gun and how she was charged under a breach of the Official Secrets Act when she decided to leak a secret memo by the NSA that gave orders to spy on U.N. Security Council members and blackmail them into voting in favor for a war on Iraq.