CRITICAL – In this Oscar-winning 2018 road movie, aired at 9:05 p.m., Peter Farrelly explores the America of apartheid. With a duo of formidable actors, Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen.
It should not be confused The Green Book by Muammar Gaddafi, “Guide to the Libyan Revolution,” and the Green Book that gives its title to Peter Farrelly’s film, a guide for people of color in segregated America through the southern United States. Very useful for knowing the addresses where blacks are tolerated and avoiding those who reject them. Don Shirley took it with him before going on tour in 1962 in a torrent green Cadillac driven by Tony Lip, whose real name was Tony Vallelonga. The marriage of the carp and the rabbit. The refined black pianist, played by the elegant Mahershala Ali (revealed by the series House of Cards and double Oscar winner in a supporting role), and the Italian-American driver, played by the seductive Viggo Mortensen, here in a hair-raising role of composition (15 kg extra, accent to cut with a knife) do not have much in common.
The first is a classical musician living above Carnegie Hall. The second is a good guy from the Bronx, good
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