Two unlikely travelling companions must navigate the racism of the southern United States in 1962, in this road-trip comedy-drama based on a true story.
Tony Lip, an uneducated, working-class nightclub bouncer, is hired by Dr Don Shirley, a sophisticated world-class pianist, to accompany him on a concert tour. Dr Shirley, as an African-American heading into the deep south, is looking for a chauffeur who can handle himself – along with any threats that might arise.
Running time: 2h30, including ads and trailers.
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