Green Book

Green Book

By Peter Farrelly

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2019-01-24
  • Advisory Rating: M
  • Runtime: 2h 9min
  • Director: Peter Farrelly
  • Production Company: Participant Media
  • Production Country: United States of America
8.3/10
8.3
From 3,231 Ratings

Description

Winner of 3 Academy Awards® including Best Picture, GREEN BOOK tells the heart-warming true story of world-class Black pianist Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali), who hires the tough-talking Italian-American Tony Lip (Viggo Mortensen) as his chauffeur on a concert tour of the Deep South. As this mismatched pair set out on their journey, they must rely on the ‘Green Book’ to guide them to safe establishments in America’s segregated south. Despite their differences, the pair forge an unexpected friendship in a journey packed with humour and heart.

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Reviews

  • The best movie this year!

    5
    By BuildingThings
    Amazing performance from Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali love them!!! Love love love this movie, highly recommended ❤️
  • Certainly a classic

    5
    By Marty 
    Such a great movie. It’s good to see the perspective from another minority group of the time.
  • 👍

    5
    By Slinkstar
    I was reluctant to go because I though it would be a depressing movie about racial inequality. I am glad I went. This turned out be a terrific movie. The character development was terrific. The acting was superb. The storyline very engaging. And it was funny in a dark humor kind of way. Unfortunately the movie theatres pulled this movie too early from theatres. It is a story that promotes all people, no matter what race or ethnic background, to get along. It discusses equality and respect.

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