165: Green Book

Join us this week as we discuss what is (apparently!) the best picture of 2018, Green Book! 

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  1. Love how you guys approached this film.
    I’m a big fan of Don Shirley’s music.
    I went to see it and enjoy it’s very much despite all the controversy.it may have fictionalized a lot of Don & Tony’s life but it’s a movie ,that’s to be expected. it’s not a documentary and I don’t expect it to be.I wanted to see a great story and that’s what I got.
    My Frustration was never with the film but what people expected me to think as a Black man going to see it. I find that to be quite irritating as if all black people think the same way.
    I particularly liked how you guys addressed idea that people are are different! Having that good cop in the film was refreshing and not something you often seen in these type of films. (Side note, my father was one of the first black police officers hired in Annapolis in the 60s) So much more I could say but just really appreciate the nuanced way you approach this film. God bless yall guys!😊
    soli deo Gloria

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  2. Love how you guys approached this film.
    I’m a big fan of Don Shirley’s music.
    I went to see it and enjoy it’s very much despite all the controversy.

    it may have fictionalized a lot of Don & Tony’s life but it’s a movie ,that’s to be expected. it’s not a documentary and I don’t expect it to be.
    I wanted to see a great story and that’s what I got.
    My Frustration was never with the film but what people expected me to think as a Black man going to see it. I find that to be quite irritating as if all black people think the same way.

    I particularly liked how you guys addressed the idea that people are are different and I have different life experiences.

    Having that good cop in the film was refreshing and not something you often seen in these type of films.
    (Side note, my father was one of the first black police officers hired in Annapolis in the 60s)

    So much more I could say but just really appreciate the nuanced way you approach this film. God bless yall guys!
    soli deo Gloria

    Like

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