A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood what is it about? ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’ is inspired by the real- A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhoodlife friendship between Fred Rogers (Tom Hanks) and Tom Junod (Matthew Rhys), the award-winning journalist for Esquire magazine. In this adaptation of a true story, a cynical journalist reluctantly accepts an assignment to write a biography about the iconic children’s show host, watching him slowly transform his perspective on life and family relationships.

What’s up? Sergeant sacrificed in ‘Saving Private Ryan’. Empathic jailer in ‘The Green Mile’. HIV patient who refuses to be discriminated in ‘Philadelphia’. Indirect protagonist of the key episodes of American history in the twentieth century in ‘Forrest Gump’. Anonymous hero in ‘Sully’ and ‘Captain Phillips’. No contemporary actor has interpreted so much and so well the figure of the hero in Hollywood cinema. With his latest film, ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’, Tom Hanks goes even further. Despite vowing not to bring any more real people to life, the two-time Oscar winner couldn’t resist the temptation to play Fred Rogers, an American icon who earned a place in the hearts of generations of children (and older) through a public television program in which he taught the youngest members of the household the importance of talking about emotions and the little things in life. Far from North America, however, the figure of Rogers was practically unknown, as demonstrated last year by the documentary ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor ?, an interesting review of the figure of the legendary presenter (and the doubts that always existed in his around: kindness was never the most viable of virtues). However, director Morgan Neville’s approach was alien to those unfamiliar with the life philosophy and legacy of Fred Rogers. In her leap to feature fiction, Marielle Heller (the director behind ‘Can You Forgive Me Someday?’ And ‘The Diary of a Teenage Girl’) brilliantly solves that problem.

Duration: 109 min


IMDb: 7.3