معرفی فیلم a beautiful day in the neighborhood 2019
امتیاز : 7.6 از 10
موضوع : درام,بیوگرافی
مدت زمان: 1 ساعت 49 دقیقه
سال انتشار : 2019
کارگردان : Marielle Heller
خلاصه داستان :
در سال 1998 ، لوید Vogel ، یک روزنامه نگار برنده جایزه اما بدبینانه Esquire ، به همراه همسرش آندره ، و فرزند تازه متولد شده آنها ، در عروسی خواهرش لورین شرکت می کند. در حین پذیرش ، لوید یک دعوا را با پدر فرهیخته خود ، جری آغاز می کند ، به خاطر خاطراتی از مادر لوید ، که جری آن را رها کرد. روز بعد ، سردبیر لوید به وی…
یک روز زیبا در محله ، یک فیلم درام آمریکایی در سال 2019 به کارگردانی ماریل هلر است و توسط میکاه فیتزمن-آبی و نوح هارپستر نوشته شده است و با الهام از مقاله 1998 “می توان گفت … قهرمان؟” توسط تام جونود ، منتشر شده در Esquire. در این فیلم تام هنکس ، متیو رایس ، سوزان کلچی واتسون و کریس کوپر بازی می کنند. این لوید Vogel (Rhys) ، یک روزنامه نگار Esquire را نشان می دهد که به نماد تلویزیونی محبوب Fred Rogers (هنکس) اختصاص یافته است.
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is a 2019 American drama film directed by Marielle Heller and written by Micah Fitzerman-Blue and Noah Harpster, inspired by the 1998 article “Can You Say … Hero?” by Tom Junod, published in Esquire. The film stars Tom Hanks, Matthew Rhys, Susan Kelechi Watson, and Chris Cooper. It depicts Lloyd Vogel (Rhys), a journalist for Esquire who is assigned to profile beloved television icon Fred Rogers (Hanks).
The film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 7, 2019, and was theatrically released in the United States on November 22, 2019, by Sony Pictures Releasing. It received praise from critics for Hanks’ and Rhys’ performances, Heller’s direction, and the heart-warming messages, and grossed $65.8 million worldwide. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood was chosen by Time magazine as one of the ten best films of the year. For his performance, Hanks was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, Critics’ Choice, Screen Actors Guild Awards, and BAFTA Awards, among others.
In 1998, Lloyd Vogel, an award-winning but cynical Esquire journalist, attends his sister Lorraine’s wedding, along with his wife, Andrea, and their newborn son, Gavin. During the reception, Lloyd starts a fistfight (and injures his nose) with his estranged father, Jerry, over memories of Lloyd’s mother, whom Jerry abandoned. The next day, Lloyd’s editor assigns him to interview Fred Rogers for a 400-word article about heroes, as each of the other potential heroes turned down chances to be interviewed by him. Lloyd travels to the WQED studio in Pittsburgh to interview Rogers. During the interview, Rogers is dismissive of his fame and displays concern for Lloyd’s nose injury, prompting a discussion in which Lloyd relates to Rogers the issue of his relationship with his father, whose apology and attempt at reconciliation Lloyd has rebuffed.
Determined to expose Rogers’ friendly persona as an act, Lloyd watches several episodes of Rogers’ show but is unable to discern anything. Lloyd interviews Rogers again when he visits New York. During the interview, Rogers dodges Lloyd’s questions and reminisces about raising his two sons. Fred takes out his puppets and asks Lloyd about his childhood rabbit stuffed animal and his father, provoking Lloyd into ending the interview. Lloyd arrives home to find Jerry and his girlfriend Dorothy there talking with Andrea. Lloyd berates Jerry for cheating on his mother Lila, while she was dying of cancer. He orders him to leave, but Jerry suffers a heart attack and is transported to the hospital. Lloyd refuses to remain overnight at the hospital with the rest of the family and returns to Pittsburgh to see Rogers. Exhausted, Lloyd collapses on the set of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and dreams about his repressed childhood trauma. In his dream, he stumbles into an episode of Rogers’ show about hospitals, finding himself wearing rabbit ears and shrunken to the size of Daniel Striped Tiger and King Friday XIII, while Rogers and Andrea tower over him. He visits Lila, who is dying and urges him to release his anger.
Rogers and his wife, Joanne, bring Lloyd to their home to recuperate. Lloyd and Rogers later go to a restaurant, where Rogers asks Lloyd to spend one minute thinking about the people who “loved him into being,” and encourages him to forgive Jerry. Lloyd apologizes to Andrea for leaving her and Gavin at the hospital and visits Jerry and Dorothy at their home. He learns that Jerry is dying of a prolonged illness, the reason Jerry attempted to reconnect with Lloyd. Lloyd forgives Jerry, promises to be a better father to Gavin, and writes an article about Rogers’ impact on his life. Lorraine, her husband Todd, and Rogers visit Jerry. Rogers asks Jerry to pray for him before he departs. Jerry dies shortly after Rogers’ visit and Lloyd’s 10,000-word article, titled “Can You Say … Hero?” is published as Esquire‘s cover story.
At his studio, Rogers films the final take of an episode of his show before playing the piano to signify the end of another day of production.