5 reasons why ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ will pull off an upset to win Best Picture Oscar

5 reasons why ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ will pull off an upset to win Best Picture Oscar
Acclaimed twentieth century poet T.S. Eliot famously wrote that “April is the cruellest month.” It’s a statement that takes on new meaning in 2021, as a brutally long awards season finally draws to a close.

But while Eliot’s words came from his celebrated poem “The Waste Land,” my sentiments pertain to the acclaimed film “Nomadland.” The picture has swept most of the key prizes this year, starting with the Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice Awards and continuing with the Producers Guild and BAFTA Awards.

However, “Nomadland” might see on April 25 just how cruel the gold derby can be.

Here are five reasons why “The Trial of the Chicago 7” will pull off an upset to win the Best Picture Oscar.

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