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Green Book (2018)

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Tony Lip, a bouncer in 1962, is hired to drive pianist Don Shirley on a tour through the Deep South in the days when African Americans, forced to find alternate accommodations and services due to segregation laws below the Mason-Dixon Line, relied on a guide called The Negro Motorist Green Book.

Director: Peter Farrelly

Release Date: 2018-11-16
Status: Released
Run time: 130 min / 2:10
Budget: $23,000,000
Revenue: $63,005,401
Production Companies : Participant Media, Universal Pictures
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2018-11-16
Status: Released
Run time: 130 min / 2:10
Budget: $23,000,000
Revenue: $63,005,401

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Viggo Mortensen
as Frank "Tony Lip" Vallelonga
Mahershala Ali
as Don Shirley
Linda Cardellini
as Dolores Vallelonga
Dimiter D. Marinov
as Oleg
Mike Hatton
as George
Iqbal Theba
as Amit
Sebastian Maniscalco
as Johnny Venere
Von Lewis
as Bobby Rydell
P. J. Byrne
as Record Executive Producer
Montrel Miller
as Birmingham Hotel Waiter
Tom Virtue
as Morgan Anderson
Don Stark
as Jules Podell
Brian Stepanek
as Graham Kindell
Dennis W. Hall
as Wise Guy Mags
Randal Gonzalez
as Gorman
Maggie Nixon
as Coat Check Girl
Brian Distance
as Macon Cop #2
Don DiPetta
as Louie Venere
Frank Vallelonga
as Rudy
Nick Vallelonga
as Augie
Suehyla El-Attar
as Lynn Venere
Jenna Laurenzo
as Fran Venere
Johnny Williams
as Fat Paulie
Joe Cortese
as Joey Loscudo
David Kallaway
as Ray
Paul Sloan
as Carmine
Anthony Mangano
as Danny
David An
as Bobby
Ninja N. Devoe
as Orange Bird Bartender
Jim Klock
as Patrolman Stewart
Daniel Greene
as Policeman #1
Martin Bats Bradford
as Bus Boy
Tracy Brotherton
as Copacabana Socialite
William E. Harris
as Butler
Geraldine Singer
as EmCee
Rebecca Chulew
as Concert Goer / Hotel Guest / Pedestrian
Emily LaGroue
as Pittsburg Lady
Ricky Muse
as Bar Keep
Leslie Castay
as Well Dressed Woman
Jon Michael Davis
as Maitre D'
Harrison Stone
as Redneck #3
Gralen Bryant Banks
as Man #1
Brett Beoubay
as Mansion Guest
Quinn Duffy
as Mikey Cerrone
Mike Young
as Waiter / Driver
Kenneth Israel
as Black Workman
Brian Hayes Currie
as Maryland State Trooper Hayes
Jeffrey Klemmer
as Store patron
Kate Kuen
as Copa Woman
Elton LeBlanc
as Multiple states Concert attendee
Craig DiFrancia
as Dominic
Cynthia LeBlanc
as Multiple states Concert attendee #2
Shane Partlow
as Tailor
Jared Drennan
as Driver


Directing Peter Farrelly Director
Camera Sean Porter Director of Photography
Editing Patrick J. Don Vito Editor
Writing Nick Vallelonga Writer
Writing Brian Hayes Currie Writer
Writing Peter Farrelly Writer
Production Jim Burke Producer
Production Charles B. Wessler Producer
Production Brian Hayes Currie Producer
Production Peter Farrelly Producer
Production Nick Vallelonga Producer
Production Steven Farneth Executive Producer
Production Jonathan King Executive Producer
Production Kwame Parker Executive Producer
Production John Sloss Executive Producer
Production Octavia Spencer Executive Producer
Sound Kris Bowers Original Music Composer
Production Rick Montgomery Casting
Art Tim Galvin Production Design
Art Scott Plauche Art Direction
Art Selina van den Brink Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Betsy Heimann Costume Design

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  • Strong performances from Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali highlight a broadly entertaining crowd-pleaser about racial division in the 1960s

  • Green Book is a sentimental road trip buddy picture about racism and classism and snobbery in the middle of the 20th century, starring Viggo Mortensen as an Italian-American working class joe ...

  • Mahershala Ali plays a jazz musician who confronts the racism of his driver, played by Viggo Mortensen, in a warm but tentative real-life story

  • “Green Book” is the kind of old-fashioned filmmaking big studios just don’t offer anymore. It’s glossy and zippy, gliding along the surface of deeply emotional, complex issues while dipping down into them just enough to give us a taste of some actual substance.

  • Green Book made me laugh as it made me reflect about the society its era, a time where empathy and culture were defined by Two of the year's most engaging performances lead this biopic about clashing personalities coming to understand each through intimate conversations and sincere empathy.

  • Parents need to know that Green Book is a drama set in the 1960s about a racist Italian American man (Viggo Mortensen) who takes a temporary job chauffeuring an acclaimed black pianist (Mahershala Ali) during his concert tour of the Midwest and Deep South.

  • Those wondering, Green Book, titled after the The Negro Motorist Green Book, was a guidebook published for Black travelers that named services and establishments that were safe for them during a ...

  • Green Book depicts a range of ways in which the racist attitudes that were dominant in American life in the early and mid-20th century manifested themselves, from snide comments and racial ...

  • GREEN BOOK has a powerful message of loving each person no matter their color or background, but it’s marred by lots of gratuitous foul language and a homosexual scene that adds nothing to the story. Tony is the lead bouncer at the Copacabana nightclub in New York City.

  • Green Book is a real crowd pleaser — aside from the banter between the oppositely-minded characters, it has clear heroes and villains. The writers do manage to sneak a few nuances in, especially when discussing Shirley feeling out of place in both the white and black communities.