Next month, Netflix will release a documentary called The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson.
The film will explore the story of one of the founders of the modern gay-movement and her mysterious death, deemed by authorities as a suicide, 25 years ago.
According to the streaming site:
She was one of the icons of the gay rights movement in the 1960s, the self-described "street queen" of New York City'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.
Check out the new trailer below.