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Green Book is a movie starring Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali, and Linda Cardellini. A working-class Italian-American bouncer becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s...
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|Genres||Drama, Music, Comedy, Biography|
|Writer||Brian Hayes Currie, Peter Farrelly, Nick Vallelonga|
|Stars||Mahershala Ali, Linda Cardellini, Viggo Mortensen, Sebastian Maniscalco|
|Also Known As||Ceļvedis, 幸福綠皮書, Green Book: una amistad sin fronteras, Green Book - Um Guia Para a Vida, Zöld könyv, Le livre de Green, グリーンブック, Green Book: Una amistad sin fronteras, Zelena knjiga, Ha'Seffer ha'Yarrock, Mtsvane Tsigni, Green Book: Sur les routes du sud, 綠簿旅友, Roheline raamat, Una amistad sin fronteras, Yeşil Rehber, To prasino vivlio, Žalioji knyga, Zelená kniha, Zelena knjiga: Vodič za život, Green Book: Eine besondere Freundschaft, Το πράσινο βιβλίο, Зелена књига, Green Book: O prietenie pe viaţă, Zöld könyv: Útmutató az élethez, Green Book: O Guia|
|Runtime||2 h 10 min|
|Quality||480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K|
|Description||New York City bouncer Frank "Tony Lip" Vallelonga is searching for new employment after his nightclub is closed for renovations, eventually landing an interview as a driver for "Doc" Don Shirley, a famed pianist. Their first encounter does not go well, as Tony's flippant, uncultured behavior clashes with Don's sophisticated, reserved demeanor. However, Don eventually hires Tony on the strength of others' word, as he needs someone who can help him stay out of trouble during an eight-week concert tour through the Deep South. They embark with plans to return home on Christmas Eve. Tony is given a copy of the Green Book by Don's record studio: a guide for black travelers to find safe havens throughout the segregated South. They begin the tour in the Midwest before eventually heading further south. Tony and Don clash over their differences, as Tony feels uncomfortable being asked to act properly, while Don is disgusted by Tony's habits. Regardless, Tony finds himself impressed with Don's talent on the piano, and increasingly disgusted by the discriminatory treatment the latter receives by the hosts when he is not on stage. After a bar incident leads to a group of white men threatening Don's life, Tony rescues him by threatening to pull a gun on them. He instructs Don not to go out without him for the rest of the tour.|