The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

Who killed Marsha P. Johnson?

She was one of the icons of the gay rights movement in the 1960s, the self-described "street queen" of NY's gay ghetto, and founded the Transvestites Action Revolutionaries with fellow luminary Sylvia Rivera. When Johnson's body was found in the Hudson River in 1992, police called it a suicide and didn't investigate. In David France's new documentary, trans activist Victoria Cruz seeks to uncover the truth of her death while celebrating her legacy.

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100+ comentarios:

wholockedholmes
wholockedholmes:
It's important for Lgbt+ people to know their history, because no one else is gonna tell us the truth. Schools avoid it and the government tries to ignore it. Know your history so people won't use it against you. So excited for this films.
hhh h
hhh h:
DARLING, I WANT MY GAY RIGHTS NOW!
Milhouse
Milhouse:
Her fight goes on.

Rest in Power, Marsha.
Allison Wright
Allison Wright:
She was badass before being badass became fashionable.
Andrew Lucas
Andrew Lucas:
Without Marsha P. Johnson, I might not have the rights I have today. The entire LGBT+ community owes her their thanks. Props to Netflix for telling her story, so many people even in the community have no idea who she is.
hxlxnska
hxlxnska:
i wish more non lgbtq people would know about her
Cheesecake3194
Cheesecake3194:
Can't wait. A true icon finally getting her story told, just a shame that it had to be under such bleak circumstances
Pidgón
Pidgón:
My English teacher is teaching us about Marsha Johnson
WHERE'S MY WIG
WHERE'S MY WIG:
As a history major, we've discussed her at least once in all my classes. She is a legendary, dare I say revolutionary figure in history, in LGBTQ+ history, and we owe her our voice for justice.
Brent Audi
Brent Audi:
Watched this last night. It is very well done. Marsha and Sylvia were awesome and way ahead of their time for the world they lived in.
Pablo Hernandez
Pablo Hernandez:
As a proud gay Mexican-American man, I'm extremely thankful to the brave heroes like Marsha P. Johnson as well as the other lgbt people of color who fought for the rights that I have today to be who I am. Hollywood white washing the Stonewall movie and emphasising "Straight acting" was a disgrace to the people who were actually there fighting to be themselves.
Jack
Jack:
Wow, some of these comments are really intolerant and obnoxious. No respect at all. Such a nice reflection of humanity we have here ❤️
Teya Esguerra
Teya Esguerra:
This comment section makes me gag wtf
pametvalley
pametvalley:
i was there when they found her body in the hudson river, i was at an auto body shop on west street getting my car fixed,and saw the police across the street , i went over as they began pulling her body out, it was so sad so horrific,
Pina The Fangirl
Pina The Fangirl:
A true Icon! Thank you for this movie! Rest in power Marsha💕
Mia L
Mia L:
she paved the way for the lgbtq+, if it wasn't for her i might not be able to be who i am today. she was an icon and i miss her every day.
Phil Jon
Phil Jon:
Rest in Paradise Marsha. 🌤️🌥️🌦️🌧️
Chris Del Rey
Chris Del Rey:
So excited for this, I hope the new generation of the LGBTQ+ community takes time to watch this because without Marsha P. Johnson our society would probably still be stuck in the hate-filled, prejudiced society of the mid-20th century
Manny G. Forever
Manny G. Forever:
Powerful documentary. Marsha is truly a legend.
Melody Lewis
Melody Lewis:
Glad to see her story being brought into the limelight!
Lauren
Lauren:
So excited to watch this and I'm equally excited for people who don't know LGBT history to learn about this incredible woman. Who know if we'd have the rights we have today without Marsha and Sylvia
Lakin Adams
Lakin Adams:
A must watch.
Nicki06 hey
Nicki06 hey:
Netflix always serving the good stuff
Legion Ivory
Legion Ivory:
You know damn well a woman like Marsha P. Johnson would *never* end her own life.

Just like Sandra Bland. Both were murdered.
Dania C
Dania C:
Song- Recomposed by Max Richer- Vivaldi, The four seasons: Spring 1
HeyItsLei
HeyItsLei:
Thank you from the bottom of all of our queer hearts, Marsha. You are holy, and you are missed.
JD Kelleher
JD Kelleher:
Revolution NOW!
Bradley Tucker
Bradley Tucker:
First time I've ever heard of her
Agto Vetro
Agto Vetro:
She suffered a lot, but I know she’s happy with God now ❤️
Alia Isabella Sophia
Alia Isabella Sophia:
does anyone know the song used at the end of the trailer?? I’ve heard it before and I can’t remember the name of it
Jesús Cerén
Jesús Cerén:
As a Salvadoran Gay man I can say Both Silvia and Marsha didn't have any idea how many people they have inspired around the world. Rest in Power, queens.
mich
mich:
HOLY SHET GURL I NEED TO WATCH THIS
Carly Preston
Carly Preston:
DAVID FRANCES STOLE THE RESEARCH, WRITING, AND EXPERIENCE OF TRANS ACTIVISTS WHO HAVE BEEN TRYING FOR YEARS TO GET THIS EXACT FILM MADE. HE SAID HE COULD PRODUCE IT BETTER AND THEN STOLE ALL OF REINA GOSSETS WORK. MARTHA P JOHNSON WOULD HAVE NEVER STOOD FOR A MAN TO STEAL THE WORK AND RESEARCH MANY TRANS ACTIVISTS FOUGHT AND DIED TO GET ONLY TO MAKE A MOVIE ABOUT HER. DO NOT SUPPORT THIS PROJECT.
Teya Esguerra
Teya Esguerra:
When does this come out on Netflix?
MissiveCauseIMissYou
MissiveCauseIMissYou:
I grew up as a person who never realized they were trans because I had no access to our history. These are important stories to tell, especially because of the violence that has been part of the effort to silence black and trans women.
Min Criss
Min Criss:
So inspiring!!
juli essan
juli essan:
0:48 looks like coco montrese
PS i can't wait to see it
Kivaras
Kivaras:
Can't wait to see this!
brian henry
brian henry:
Marsha P. Johnson was one of the bravest, most extraordinary people in GLBT History. Her legacy deserves our honor and respect.
Just a person being stupid
Just a person being stupid:
Calling all LGBTQ+ people! We are alive today because of Marsha! And we shall keep living!
Joselito Balicante
Joselito Balicante:
Was crying even just watching this trailer😭
aida hernandez
aida hernandez:
this gave me goosebumps
Aaroni Pepperoni
Aaroni Pepperoni:
Damn... Goosebumps
nadia concepcion
nadia concepcion:
Special girls only full of love and fight only euth a sincere smile, i confess cry a lot of times, because we have a rick for heart, Sylvia was at the end broken but im sure they are together happy, seeing that they do it! AMAZING DOCUMENTARY, thank you! 🤩🙏🏼🤩💕❤️💕
ckris kaye
ckris kaye:
i already know i'll cry if i watch this
Mel Goyer
Mel Goyer:
I am very disappointed with the end of the documentary. it's really frustrating not to have a conclusion.
Krystal Robinson
Krystal Robinson:
Yassss finally
Nana
Nana:
Amazing, looks interesting. Can't wait to learn more.
aslan callenreese
aslan callenreese:
we should all thank this woman for saving the future
Travis James
Travis James:
Sadly, it has been so long, I doubt we will ever know what really happened.....
roger flanton
roger flanton:
It's not even funny the number of times I cried while watching this. I'll never forget. Marsha and Sylvia.
Salvatore Compagnone
Salvatore Compagnone:
"Don't forget your history! You know your destiny! In the abundance of water the fool is thirsty!"
darlene simmons
darlene simmons:
This documentary was Amazing , very touching and informative im so glad I watched this , Netflix way to go !!!
Quindecillion
Quindecillion:
Looking forward to this
my reputation's never been worse Lavigne
my reputation's never been worse Lavigne:
i really need to watch this documentary, i had chills while watching the trailer.
a gresbach
a gresbach:
cant wait for this, its 100% gonna make me sob
Manolo Plazas
Manolo Plazas:
Bless this documentary
l s
l s:
i cant wait for this to come out. marsha was, is and always will be an icon and a symbol for lgbt rights
Yohan
Yohan:
It was too chilling to watch. And Today even feel more real in so many ways.
angela rodriguez
angela rodriguez:
I wish I learned about this in school. I’ve heard nothing and now I’m upset they are not teaching children about her. This is why there is fear.
Patricia Carlton
Patricia Carlton:
I pray the Marsha was safe before the Lord took her home. It's not about us. It's about Jesus. That's what he wants that counts. Everything else we do in life as secondary. God Bless America
Jeronimo Grimaldi
Jeronimo Grimaldi:
This gotta be the most shocking documentary ive seen. It just made me feel guilt about my pride without knowing the truth origins of it and how media has totally turned the pride out of the real and important context it was once. I’m really overwhelmed by this film. Justice for all the trans that got murdered because of transfobia!! This years pride has a lot different meaning to me than what it meant last year. I’m sorry for my ignorance... rip marsha
Sharon
Sharon:
Such a beautiful soul xxx
Min Criss
Min Criss:
ICON!
yarinka collucci
yarinka collucci:
Thank you Netflix ❤️🏳️‍🌈
icyysav
icyysav:
wait is this out yet?
Marcus Painter
Marcus Painter:
True Queen. That’s all I can say.
Anyae Reed
Anyae Reed:
what is that song underneath, can someone tell me the composer
stalone fermino
stalone fermino:
Amoooo essas bishaaas!❤
Honey Pots
Honey Pots:
Never stop saying her name. She gave me my rights. Our rights.
C L E A N Web Series
C L E A N Web Series:
I am definitely watching!!
Martin Hyizna
Martin Hyizna:
First JFK now this
Anna Mariposa
Anna Mariposa:
so much sadness and unjustice in the world::((((
Mo Toons
Mo Toons:
Aside from the historical footage, this is a terrible movie. This is TOO important of a story to mess up. I'm waiting for Reina X. Gossett's version.
Rick greenwood
Rick greenwood:
Rip Marsha ❤
Glen Zentner
Glen Zentner:
I sei g t even ow that eww s
Matt Libra
Matt Libra:
Just... Wow. This trailer, gives off such an emotion, sorrow, justice, and even pride. Seeing Marsha, and so many other people fighting for our rights, it was absolutely revolutionary, and beautiful, and it kills me that we are never taught about this, I had to look up the riots to find out about them, the American school system needs to start teaching this, it's so important.
EternalNyappy
EternalNyappy:
Bless Netflix being our archive of gay history. She should be WAY more known. The cencorship did their job and wiped an activist off, but little did they know that after all these years we would be globally joining her movement
Rachel Hayes
Rachel Hayes:
Huge icon can't wait to watch
Saud Dowaihy
Saud Dowaihy:
Interesting!
Chrissy Stewart
Chrissy Stewart:
Marsha P Johnson The Rosa Parks of The LGBT Community deserved to be honored . I'm interesting learning about Stonewall Riots as well
Yana Z Parker
Yana Z Parker:
I'm transgender female and I'm so very honored to have just learning about Mis. Johnson.....i Will continue to be increased by her movement !!!
From this day forward she will always be affectionately remembered (by me) as Grandma Marsha ❤💄💛🌂💙👛
Hansheng Zhou
Hansheng Zhou:
She still didn't had the mainstream media on her back to fight for their rights in that time, did she?
fegu
fegu:
This was way better than I expected. I knew I would be uncomfortable, but it's so well done and there are really three different stories here, and it's ultimately about pure justice.
sk QQ
sk QQ:
Never knew who this was until seeing it on Netflix. The reward money was toooooooooo low. Offer $100k now and you will find the person that did this to Marsha. Update the reward money now and this case will be solved this year
Queen Mya
Queen Mya:
I watch it ..It really sad because she was trying stand up something it like nobody didnt even care that someone killed her ..Smh rip
SAIRVANA
SAIRVANA:
wait why isn’t it on netflix canada
Adam G. Wynne
Adam G. Wynne:
What song is in the trailer? Does anyone recognize the violin music?
Ms. Lisa Baker
Ms. Lisa Baker:
She was Black first. When they don't have no more use for you. A damn shame
Kameron S
Kameron S:
What is the mafia?
# Chophie
# Chophie:
Wow
Lupe Morado
Lupe Morado:
Está muy bueno el documental. Véanlo, lo recomiendo.
Epic Razor
Epic Razor:
Can u put crash and bernstein again on netflix plss
Jonathan Saint-James
Jonathan Saint-James:
I don’t suppose anyone knows what the piece of music towards the end is called...?
W
W:
❤❤❤❤
Bochanable
Bochanable:
As a gay man, I’ve always had the highest respect for drag queens....they were at the apex of the LGBTQ movement. Shame on inauthentic organizations like the Human Rights Campaign for trying to deny them and transgenders.
kathe thumps
kathe thumps:
Ablo español 😢
Fabiano
Fabiano:
❤😭❤❤❤❤❤
Yuns
Yuns:
Prefeita 💓💓
Vincent Marandola
Vincent Marandola:
Nice