A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)
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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)

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An award-winning cynical journalist, Lloyd Vogel, begrudgingly accepts an assignment to write an Esquire profile piece on the beloved television icon Fred Rogers. After his encounter with Rogers, Vogel’s perspective on life is transformed.

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A Beautiful Day in Neighborhood” celebrates listening to the qualities of the patient, gentleness and honest expression of feelings. It is about how the person who has devoted his life to being kind helps a person to become a little good with a professional investment in doubt. The appeal of such a film at the present time is sufficiently clear, and therefore perhaps there are risks. This slight, sober story – based on an article from a magazine published more than 20 years ago – could easily turn into something preachy, sentimental and exaggerated.

Mr. Rogers – the real, off-camera Fred Rogers as well as the version of himself he played on television – was none of those things. His decency, and what we may now call his emotional intelligence, presented himself with a weakness that might be a little unnecessary. This is how Rogers sometimes hit Tom Junod in “Can You Say … Hero ?,” the Esquire profile that inspired Maryl Heller’s film. And in this way the film Mr. Rogers, played by Tom Hanks, often attacks Lloyd Vogel, a fictional character, such as Junod, who writes for Esquire and had an old childhood toy called Old Rabbit.

Apart from Mr. Rogers, they are the main similarities between the film and its source material. “A Beautiful Day at the Neighborhood,” written by Micah Fitzerman-Blue and Noa Harpster, is not Rogers’ biopic, or for that matter Junaud (who revisited his friendship with Rogers in a recent Atlantic article). Lloyd, played by Matthew Rice, is a familiar type of fictional character: a soul in agony, a man who has lost touch with his better self. He has a kind wife, Andrea (Susan Kelachi Watson), a new baby, and a recent National Magazine Award, but his resting sad face remains perpetually amidst grief and disgust.

The main source of this suffering is his father, Jerry (Chris Cooper), an old-school drinker and philosopher from whom Lloyd has been estranged for most of his adult life. The two get into a fistfight at the family’s wedding, and Lloyd rebuffs Jerry’s attempts to reconcile. The work of writing a short profile of Mr. Rogers, pushed on Lloyd by his editor (Christine Lahti), turned out to be a miracle, divine intervention for some time.

Religious language seems appropriate – Rogers, an ordained Protestant minister, begins each morning with scripture and prayer – but possibly misunderstandings as well. When Lloyd is talking to Joanne Rogers (Maryann Plunkett), she describes her husband as a “saint”. He is a normal sinner like anyone else. And although it would be wrong to call Rogers non-controversial, his moral authority stems from sympathy rather than superiority.

This drama is a poignant, powerful tribute to the man who embodied kindness and love to children and adults for four decades, thanks to Hanks’ fabulous performance. Full review
If most viewers consider it a no-brainer that Hollywood?s nicest actor ? for whom wholesomeness is a brand ? would play Mr. Rogers, they?d be mistaken to think his performance is technically easy. Full review

Duration: 109 min

Quality: HD

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IMDb: 7.9

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