The Italo-American working-class pirates become the classic piano conductor and Afro-American touring cities of the South United States 60.
Director: Peter Farley Writers: Nick Vallelong, Bryan Hayes a RRI
In 1962, Tony “Tony Lip” Vallelonga, heavy gorilla, a job search and Nightleg, which is closed for renovations. It seems that most promises to be the driver for the African-American classical piano Don Shirley for a concert tour in the Deep South. Although it is a hard work for black, Tony admits his career and began his road and black car Green Book, tour guide for a safe journey on the separation of apartheid in the United States. Together, the photographer is a snob and the gorilla’s brutality, works hard to match his views on life and values. However, some witnesses to testify and live with violence in the United States along the way, find a new respect for talent and the heart to fight them together. By doing so, friendship and nurpeted understanding could change their lives.
When Tony Lip, a gorilla from the Italian and United States neighborhood in the Bronx, was hired by Dr. Don Shirley, an international black piano photographer, a concert tour from the Deep south of Manhattan, we must rely on the Green Paper leading to the Institution the few that are safe for African Americans. Faced with racism and vulnerability, and unexpected humanity and humour, they are forced to set aside the differences to live and thrive on the path of life.