Netflix present a biopic movie about President Barack Obama titled, "Barry."
Debuting a trailer for it, Barry portrays a period in Obama's life when he was faced with racism and coming face to face with himself, in discovering who he is. In one of the scenes, Barack is racially profiled in New York City and questions the motive of the police officer who asked him for his id.
"You got some ID?" the cop asks, motivating young Obama to stand up for himself.
"I don't see you IDing them," Barack responds. "So what's so special about me, huh?"
The setting for Barry is when Barack Obama was attending Columbia University, as junior in 1981. Anthony Hamilton's 'Soul's On Fire' is the musical score for the trailer, which depicts a frustrated Barack Obama trying to figure why there isn't more people who like him on campus.
"You know I'm the only black person in four of my five classes?"
Barry is directed by HBO's Vice director, Vikram Gandhi and adapted from the script written by Adam Mansbach. Barry was first premiered at the Toronto Film Festival back in September and had a buy out deal for distribution with Netflix, which was the highest bidder to telecast the movie.
The trailer also, exhibits Barack Obama's hobbies in sports like playing basketball, college life and the starting journey of a budding politician who became president. Barry is scheduled for release on December 16th, in the meantime, check out the trailer for it.