Join for the screening and discussion of the movie “Green Book” to mark African-American History Month, also known as Black History Month.
When and where: February 25, 6:00pm, dr. Nagy László Room, Eötvös Károly County Library
A little teaser about the movie:
It’s 1962, Tony “The Lip” Vallelonga is a white bouncer from a working-class Italian-American neighborhood in New York City, and Dr. Don Shirley is a sophisticated world-class African-American pianist and recording artist. Dr. Shirley hires Tony to serve as his driver and bodyguard for his concert tour through the highly segregated Southern United States.
The movie will be screened in English, with Hungarian subtitles.
Please note the movie is rated PG-13.
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Please note the program will run with a minimum of 6 participants.