#196 – Green Book and the Value of a Multi-Cultural Perspective

#196 – Green Book and the Value of a Multi-Cultural Perspective

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

Well, I guess we couldn’t have planned it better if we tried. A few weeks back we sat down to talk about Green Book not knowing how the Oscars would pan out. Now, the day after, with all kinds of contention, we let you guys hear our conversation on what will now go down in the record book as the ‘best’ film of 2018. Incredibly divisive and problematic, Green Book is a film that leaves different audiences with very polarizing views and we try to explore that tension.

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This episode’s panel included Emmanuel Noisette and JR Forasteros:

Emmanuel Noisette (@EmansReviews)
Eman’s Movie Reviews

JR Forasteros (@jrforasteros)
ORDER: Empathy for the Devil

Podcast Notes and Links:
Reel World Theology Discussion Group
Green Book at IMDB
Green Book at Rotten Tomatoes
Green Book at MetaCritic
Green Book: A Real Change of Heart at Reel World Theology
Green Book is the Racially Safe, Feel Good Movie, Sure Not to Trigger at Eman’s Movie Reviews
Green Book Review at Cinemayward
Green Book builds a feel-good comedy atop an artifact of shameful segregation. Yikes. at Vox
How Green Book Became One of Awards Season’s Most Contentiously Debated Films at The Hollywood Reporter
Green Book is a Poorly Titles White Savior Film at Shadow and Act
Green Book is ‘Full of Lies’: Dr. Don Shirley’s Family Speaks Out at Shadow and Act
Green Book: Real-Life Friends of Dr. Don Shirley Defend ‘Simply Wonderful’ Film at Indie Wire

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