The Last Black Man in San Francisco (review)

The Last Black Man in San Francisco (review)
The Last Black Man in San Francisco (review)
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This semi-autobiographical film revolves around Jimmie Fails (who stars and also co-wrote). Along with his best friend (Jonathan Maators), he dreams of reclaiming the beautiful Victorian home that his grandfather built. This film is loaded with introspective musings, interesting imagery and stylized situations (even a trash-talking Greek chorus). There’s a basic story underlying all of this, but it’s much more about creating an artistic exploration of the issues than narrative. (Criterion Cinemas only)

 

3 out of 5 stars (3 / 5)

 

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  1. I loved the quiet, introspection in this film. Very poignant.

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