Where to Stream Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union?

In most democratic countries, political leaders come and go, but every once in a while, there are a few who have the charm, aura, and character that allows them to connect with the common person and touch their hearts emotionally. In the context of contemporary western politics, one leader whose name continues to evoke a sense of respect and awe in the populace is Barack Obama. The Peter Kunhardt directorial, ‘Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union,’ looks at this Hawaiian-born political superstar by delving deeper not only into his political rise but also his personal conflict, all the while keeping America’s racial struggle as the background of the whole story. So, if you are intrigued to learn more about America’s 44th President, then this documentary might just be the right place to start. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

What is Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union About?

Born in an ordinary family in Hawaii, Barack Obama described his young adult days as a struggle to reconcile social perceptions of his heritage, which must have been an uphill struggle in a politically divided world. His identity crisis as a teenager pushed him towards marijuana, cocaine, and alcohol, and probably everyone who knew Barack at the time would never have imagined that he would become the President of the United States. But after years of internal struggle and strife, once he understood the values that he stands for, there was no stopping this young, charismatic leader who quickly rose to prominence in politics and took the world by storm by defeating Mitt Romney in the 2009 election.

The story of the little boy from Hawaii whose magical aura captivated the Western world from the eyes of his critics, colleagues, and friends is what the documentary is all about. It focuses on his rise to political power and looks at it from the perspective of the broader influence that it has had on America’s racial conundrums. While shedding light on the life of one of the most powerful men of the 21st century, it does not hold back from looking at the structural, systemic, and social-economic issues of the country that he loves.

Is Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union on Netflix?

No, ‘Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union’ is not a part of Netflix’s otherwise impressive catalog of docuseries, movies, and shows. However, we recommend people with a subscription to the streaming giant alternatively stream other documentaries like ‘Get Me Roger Stone‘ or ‘The Rachel Divide.’

Is Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union on Hulu?

Hulu basic subscribers can get the HBO Max add-on to watch HBO live on supported devices. You can head here for more information about the same. People who are already subscribed and have the add-on can visit the website to watch the documentary.

Is Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union on Amazon Prime?

‘Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union’ is expected to arrive on Amazon Prime soon. You can head here to watch or check for the availability of the docuseries.

Where to Watch Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union Online?

‘Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union’ is accessible for streaming on HBO Max. People can head to HBO to watch the documentary as well. Live TV streaming platform DirecTV has also included it in its catalog. A day after its premiere on the network, the series is going to be accessible on Video-on-demand platforms, so you can check Microsoft Store, iTunes, Play Store, Vudu, and FandangoNow for the documentary.

How to Stream Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union for Free?

DirecTV comes with a 7-day free trial, but in the case of Amazon Prime, it’s likely that the ‘Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union’ will be accessible with the HBO Max add-on; therefore, the 30-day trial will be of no use. One can still use DirecTV to stream the series free of cost. However, we recommend our readers avoid all illegal means of streaming their favorite shows and movies online.

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