A producer of ‘Green Book’ confirms what we already knew: the winner of the Oscar was made for grandparents white

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    A producer of 'Green Book' confirms what we already knew: the winner of the Oscar was made for grandparents white

    we Saw how Peter Farrelly and his team picked up the Oscar for best movie. We saw how Spike Lee is cabreaba as if the Knicks were due to complete lose a game of play-offs in the last second. But now, the executive producer Jonathan King, has illuminated us to make us discover the —nothing surprising— fact that ‘the Green Book’ it is a film aimed at an audience of older age, and white race.

    “The public for that type of movie is largely older and largely white. If you believe that older people are white does not need to teach them how to be less racist today because that is a problem of the past, look around you, because they need it. Once in a while you need to make a movie that is aimed at old people and white”.

    These words, spoken by King during a panel on diversity and inclusion in the framework of the Milken Global Conference, we come upon not a few criticisms and controversies —and even jeers— to the film and the point of view of your story, in which, for many, the white man, as personified by Viggo Mortensen, seems to be the great savior of his travel companion black.

    King it seems that he was always aware that the criticism could come at any time, the hiding behind after the natures are opposite of the protagonists ‘s’ Green Book’ to justify the twists and turns of the narrative.

    “what We are going to criticize because of the chance of which the director is a white dude? Can. No director would represent the lives and experiences of these two main characters, because they came from them of points of view is radically different.”

    The co-executive director of Bad Robot, Katie McGrath, also present on the panel, responded to the producer, the actual the matter, arguing that stories as the ‘Green Book’ should be counted more often from the point of view of the person “color”

    “Those stories need to be told while also telling the stories of protagonists of color. We need to make a dent in our industry to tell stories that focus on people in the people who have not been able to have the chance for their perspective to drive the narrative.”

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    The news A producer of ‘Green Book’ confirms what we already knew: the winner of the Oscar was made for grandparents white was originally published in Espinof by Victor Lopez G. .


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    A producer of ‘Green Book’ confirms what we already knew: the winner of the Oscar was made for grandparents white
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    May 2, 2019

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