REVIEW: “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” — Keith & the Movies

The opening scene of “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” is a stunning slice of filmmaking. It’s beautiful, elegant, and provocative. It highlights a budding filmmaker already showing off terrific instincts when it comes to harmonizing music with cinema’s visual language. And it sets the table for this clear-eyed love letter to a city […]

via REVIEW: “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” — Keith & the Movies

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