The Last Black Man in San Francisco

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Showings

The Art Theater Fri, Jul 19 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Fri, Jul 19 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Jul 20 2:30 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Jul 20 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Jul 20 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Jul 21 2:30 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Jul 21 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Jul 21 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Mon, Jul 22 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Mon, Jul 22 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Tue, Jul 23 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Tue, Jul 23 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Wed, Jul 24 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Wed, Jul 24 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Thu, Jul 25 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Thu, Jul 25 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Fri, Jul 26 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Fri, Jul 26 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Jul 27 2:30 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Jul 27 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Jul 27 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Jul 28 2:30 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Jul 28 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Jul 28 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Mon, Jul 29 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Mon, Jul 29 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Tue, Jul 30 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Tue, Jul 30 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Wed, Jul 31 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Wed, Jul 31 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Thu, Aug 1 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Thu, Aug 1 7:30 PM
Film Info
Release Year:2019
Rating:R
Genre:Drama
Production Country:USA
Original Langauge:English
Trailer:https://youtu.be/C0FnJDhY9-0
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Joe Talbot
Cast:Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Danny Glover

Description

Jimmie Fails dreams of reclaiming the Victorian home his grandfather built in the heart of San Francisco. Joined on his quest by his best friend Mont, Jimmie searches for belonging in a rapidly changing city that seems to have left them behind. As he struggles to reconnect with his family and reconstruct the community he longs for, his hopes blind him to the reality of his situation.

A wistful odyssey populated by skaters, squatters, street preachers, playwrights, and other locals on the margins, The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a poignant and sweeping story of hometowns and how they’re made—and kept alive—by the people who love them.

“Luminously beautiful and absolutely unforgettable, this tale of an ordinary man crushed by extraordinary pressures may be the best movie about San Francisco ever made.” — Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media