The film "Green Book" describes the problems of social inequality and racial prejudices that prevailed in the United States in the middle of the last century. America seems to many well-fed and prosperous state, where all citizens have equal rights. Therefore, thousands of emigrants who count on a decent and prosperous life for themselves and future generations aspire to the USA every year. However, in actual fact, the rights of citizens of this democratic country are far from equal. Emigrants can not find a decent job, so they have to wreak havoc on existence.
Tony Leal arrived in America from Italy. A small-educated guy who grew up in disadvantaged districts of working-class districts can not count on a prestigious and highly paid position. However, thanks to an impressive build and strong fists, he manages to get a security guard at one of the nightclubs in New York. The problems begin when Tony loses his job, and to stay on the shoal, temporarily hires jazz performer Don Shirley, who is going to go on tour in the southern states of the country. Watch the movie "The Green Book" and find out that the middle of the 60's are in the yard, and Southerners are extremely disdainful towards blacks and emigrants.