THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO (2019) – AFI Movie Club – American Film Institute
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HE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO (2019) is about the city’s rapid gentrification and a man trying to reclaim a family home. Director/writer Joe Talbot and lead actor Jimmie Fails spoke to Fellows at a Harold Lloyd Master Seminar at the AFI Conservatory. Fails was also an Indie Contenders panelist at AFI FEST 2019.

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Comments (2)

Tim Phelps

This has to be one of the slowest movies that I’ve ever seen. For the majority of the film I had to fast forward it just to get to the next scene.



Scott Seldon

This movie was a reflection of real life including the pace. About the love of community and its deep meaning to lifelong residents being displaced by gentrification and losing their identity.


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