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How Steven Spielberg Changed The Course For 'Green Book' - Awardsline Screening Series

Originally, Focus Features was set to make the Peter Farrelly-directed feature Green Book, but ultimately passed on the project.

Then Participant Media stepped up to finance the $23M dramedy about American pianist Don Shirley’s tour through 1960s American South, and the male-bonding that forms with his Italian American chauffeur, Tony Lip. 408 more words

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It’s already being portrayed as the film that will undeservedly win Best Picture for its cuddly, comfortable, comedy-drama version of American racism in the Sixties, but do we dissent from that view? 389 more words

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Get Out vs Green Book

Representations of the Black Experience from the Inside-out and the Outside-in

Two films that, on the surface, may share some ostensible similarities – a mixed race road-trip to the Deep South leading to encounters with the post-bellum Jim Crow mentality entrenched there (even to this day) – reveal, on deeper analysis, discourses emerging from dialectically-opposed paradigms. 1,003 more words

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Green Book (2018)

US 130m, Colour
Director: Peter Farrelly; Cast: Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali, Linda Cardellini

Green Book is an entertaining comedic biographical drama about Don Shirley, an African-American musician and his relationship with Tony Vallelonga, an Italian-American bodyguard and chauffeur. 56 more words

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Green Book Review

Peter Farrelly has been known best for making ridiculous comedies, such as Dumb and Dumber – and its sequel – and There’s Something About Mary. Howbeit, with his latest work… 510 more words

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Green Book (dir. Farrelly)

Image: Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali in Green Book © Property of Universal Pictures

★★★★☆

Based on the lives of real people. Green Book tells the fascinating story, of a working-class bouncer (Viggo Mortensen), who in the early 60s, becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist (Mahershala Ali). 499 more words

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