After spending the last two decades writing and directing raunchy comedies together, The Farrelly Brothers have opted to go their separate ways with both recently pursuing solo projects of their own. Peter Farrelly’s film is the first one to see the light of day and it finds him aiming for something slightly higher brow, and dare I say it… Oscar bait-y. Green Book is a road trip comedy set in the ’60s that stars Viggo Mortensen as an Italian-American bouncer who is hired as a driver / bodyguard for an African-American pianist (Mahershala Ali) embarking on a tour to the Deep South. An unlikely friendship develops. There still seems to be plenty of broad comedy here but the movie is obviously also trying to tackle some bigger issues too. (Whether it is trying too hard remains to be seen.) Green Book will premiere at TIFF next month before hitting theatres on Nov. 21st; check out the trailer after the jump and see what you think.