The Last Black Man in San Francisco | Official Trailer HD | A24

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  • Published on Mar 21, 2019
  • Directed by Joe Talbot and starring Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Rob Morgan, Tichina Arnold, and Danny Glover. Winner of the Sundance Best Director and Special Jury Awards. The Last Black Man in San Francisco - Now Playing.
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    From writer/director Joe Talbot and starring Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Rob Morgan, Tichina Arnold, and Danny Glover. The Last Man in San Francisco - In Theaters June 7, 2019.
    RELEASE DATE: June 7, 2019
    DIRECTOR: Joe Talbot
    CAST: Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Rob Morgan, Tichina Arnold, and Danny Glover
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  • ruffus97
    ruffus97 7 hours ago

    Wow..this movie's relatable. Lived in fillmore til the late 80's as a kid. Back then white people were spinkled in just a little bit. Now not only are there no black families there, there's barely any white children either. The city been turned into a goofy ass rich disneyland

  • Carlos G
    Carlos G Day ago

    They should make "The last white man in California".

  • 1K Dre
    1K Dre 2 days ago

    Where is mike Epps

  • Eugene
    Eugene 3 days ago

    This here, this is the edge bruh
    The final frontier of manifest destiny
    Man two steps further, you'd be drinking that filthy salt water
    But we built these ships, dredged these canals
    In the San Francisco they never knew existed
    And now they come to build something new?
    Whole blocks; hands in the past, hands in the future
    But should you venture into their San Francisco, the one they pillaged for gold
    Remember your truth in the city of facades

  • Tracey Wingfield
    Tracey Wingfield 3 days ago

    I needed to cry for po boy's death just because I needed to cry for all the deaths I've survived. Tired of black men dying for no fucking reason. I love you all. Go with God and return anewed...smarter, wiser and with the ability to cry so your anger doesn't get clouded by injustice. I ❤u all!

  • antmagor
    antmagor 4 days ago

    Can anybody tell me the name of the music that takes place between 0:00 and 0:27. I’m waiting to buy the soundtrack, but it would help if I knew the name of that particular music. It just has that epic feel to it.

  • D Fields
    D Fields 4 days ago

    Movie random as hell

  • Math Davies
    Math Davies 4 days ago

    Daewon Song !!

  • Ray Art
    Ray Art 4 days ago

    So breathtaking...sweet symphony to my heart

  • Its Lisa
    Its Lisa 5 days ago

    I used to live on Banks Street in Bernal Heights in San Francisco, just down from the market off Alemany. My deceased wife was born and raised there on 3rd & Palou, right around DoubleRock. In 06' Sf had a lot of black folks. I was there during the transistion when blacks started getting priced out and started heading to moving out to Oakland and Sac. i havent been to SF for years....hard to imagine no blacks there..it would lose alot of its charm.

  • putsome basilonit
    putsome basilonit 5 days ago

    Is the name of the family The Black's and that's the meaning of the title that his family is all leaving?

  • Wyatt Sexton
    Wyatt Sexton 5 days ago

    This looks waaaaaaaaaaaay to serious! Gonna skip this one lol!

  • John Tillery
    John Tillery 5 days ago

    Extremely Great Movie to Smoke Weed too 😎

  • Reema Ameer
    Reema Ameer 5 days ago

    This movie should come with a free tissue 😢

  • Triple070007
    Triple070007 6 days ago

    Is his epidermal level of pigmentation somehow important to the plot?

  • Jonathan Waight
    Jonathan Waight 6 days ago

    A mundane story that drags on without much of a vision beyond creating empathy and a surface level emotional response and an attempt to cover this by the visuals, cinematography, and at times the music.

  • Songmi Lee
    Songmi Lee 6 days ago

    so only black peoples lives in San Francisco?

  • Osama Bin Ladin
    Osama Bin Ladin 7 days ago

    aka : Hipster Gentrification

  • CD_ Promo
    CD_ Promo 7 days ago

    This movie broke my heart.
    And lifted me up
    We cannot give up.

  • travis allen
    travis allen 7 days ago

    This movie is boring lol

  • starterdc
    starterdc 7 days ago

    Can anyone tell me the closest intersection at 1:55 where the guy is skating downhill? I wanna google map it.

  • the one and only Orecon

    This makes me want an Academy Award for trailers

  • SWAG MONKEY
    SWAG MONKEY 8 days ago

    i guess ima put ma bike on SF now :) jk

  • ØrPhÄn MüRpHy
    ØrPhÄn MüRpHy 8 days ago +1

    Looks boring and slow. The title is shit. Pass.

  • Kez
    Kez 8 days ago

    A more factual film title would be, 'The last straight man in San Francisco'.

  • K Dub
    K Dub 9 days ago

    I cannot wait to see this film.

  • Derkle Bob
    Derkle Bob 9 days ago

    Imagine the crime rate in San Francisco without black people.

  • Eli
    Eli 9 days ago

    Never been to S.F, can someone explain what "happened" there?

  • comumpintor
    comumpintor 9 days ago +2

    The movie looks nice but imagine the following movie:


    The Last White Man in Chicago
    or
    The Last White Man in Detroit

    • comumpintor
      comumpintor 5 days ago

      @THeGreAtKinG ScoRpiOn Winning? Winning what? Losing in birth rates? Or do you mean winning in family planning?

    • THeGreAtKinG ScoRpiOn
      THeGreAtKinG ScoRpiOn 6 days ago +1

      Always got to be about y'all damn y'all already winning and in controlled of everything in the US.. damn yall would never be able to share.... I guess that's why you all losing in birth rates smh I'm just saying

  • Scribejay
    Scribejay 9 days ago

    Man, I bet the Bowl'd Acai truck is really regretting letting that shot happen.

  • TheWesnik
    TheWesnik 9 days ago +2

    finally a movie with an almost all black cast that seems genuine and with class....i will give this a shot

  • 4NONYMOUS I
    4NONYMOUS I 9 days ago

    America a super power? When you have Africans in your country lol

  • KnackMeGist Admin
    KnackMeGist Admin 10 days ago

    What kinda movie is this? No single negative comment. Completely blew me away..😘😘. Oh who's cutting onions

  • Who Killed Me?
    Who Killed Me? 10 days ago

    Black victimization is a myth; black criminality is not.

  • Noble Tarkan
    Noble Tarkan 10 days ago

    Historically incorrect from the 'get-go'... pushing a victim narrative except the plantation has shifted from the South to the West.

  • John Doe
    John Doe 10 days ago

    According to the 2010 census San Francisco is 6.1% African American.
    More lies from Hollywood.

    • Hamida Eisa
      Hamida Eisa 9 days ago

      John Doe it’s based on the true life experiences of the lead actor, trying to get back his family home that they were forced to foreclose on due to the city becoming more difficult to live in. If you watch the movie you get it, clearly you haven’t. Watch before you judge.

  • Natalie G
    Natalie G 10 days ago +1

    Still buffering horrific economical situations with delusional melancholy. - Isn't life so Disney now.

  • Harvey Polanski
    Harvey Polanski 10 days ago

    In other words the demographic replacement of white people is "diversity" and should be celebrated. But the demographic replacement of people of color is a tragedy. Anyone seeing the hypocrisy in this narrative?

  • Tony Gonzalez
    Tony Gonzalez 10 days ago

    If Danny Glover wasn't such a huge asshole in real life I might be able to get behind this movie. From personal experience, Danny Glover is a rude piece of shit.

  • B Holiday
    B Holiday 10 days ago +1

    Looks like a ghetto house of fuller house

  • Dan Customer
    Dan Customer 12 days ago

    So it's a story about black squatters stealing a house ... but because it's got the liberal socialist Danny Glover who says Venezuela was a utopian Paradise now it's academy award material. You Liberals are a f****** embarrassment to human race !

  • ExtremeCarter
    ExtremeCarter 13 days ago

    Apparently this movie released. No promos, no second trailers?
    Wow

  • Jim Hiscott
    Jim Hiscott 14 days ago

    Liberal danny Glover, no thanks....

  • Jundreems Kirse
    Jundreems Kirse 14 days ago

    Oh another great film from oy vey productions really looking forward to this. And I hope they make a sequel to it last hook nosed man in Auschwitz.

  • Acolyte Vakori
    Acolyte Vakori 15 days ago +2

    The crime will go down by 10% at least. I’m black btw so don’t even start.

  • J. W. Fernando
    J. W. Fernando 17 days ago

    looks like a French film

  • Prodipto Wahab
    Prodipto Wahab 17 days ago

    can anyone name the song that's playing in the beginning when they are partying?

  • duncan maclachlan
    duncan maclachlan 18 days ago

    So many ways to paint a story in many colours .

  • DubsOdyssey
    DubsOdyssey 19 days ago +1

    Damn, I fucking love some good cinematography
    I need to watch this

  • Aaron Baker
    Aaron Baker 19 days ago

    census, the ethnic makeup and population of San Francisco included: 390,387 Whites (48.1%), 267,915 Asians (33.3%), 48,870 African Americans (6.1%), 4,024 Native Americans (0.5%), 3,359 Pacific Islanders (0.4%), 53,021 from other races (6.6%), and 37,659

  • Pooty Tang
    Pooty Tang 20 days ago

    A24 bringing the passion back to movies

  • Jessica P
    Jessica P 20 days ago +1

    Wish people would support these movies as much as they support marvel movies

  • Travis Gunn
    Travis Gunn 21 day ago +1

    One of the best films I've seen in a really long time.

  • Brazilian Goddess
    Brazilian Goddess 22 days ago

    So much for being a comedy. Looks depressing and boring as shit. Hey USA, the rest of the world called, we don't care about your stupid cities.

    • yomamapwnz
      yomamapwnz 19 days ago

      Brazilian Goddess you’ll like what we say you’ll like. We are the worlds culture. Now enjoy

  • Bruno Borges
    Bruno Borges 22 days ago

    Esse filme vai ser PESADO!

  • Chris Germ
    Chris Germ 22 days ago

    It doesn't look like they'll be portraying San Francisco's staggering homeless crisis at all. Nostalgia over realism.

  • Noahdaceo
    Noahdaceo 23 days ago

    As a San Francisco native, and a Latino-American, artist and skateboarder, this trailer really hits me. So much is changing here, it's not what it used to be 10 to 20 years ago when I was a child. Even yesterday is so different than SF today. We need more art venues, and less acai bowl or yoga places. We need more neighborly integration, than rich tech segregation. We need our City to slow down and take a look back at its roots.

  • vast active
    vast active 23 days ago

    Looks nothing but boring

  • Marco Polo
    Marco Polo 23 days ago +1

    If there was only a black person in san Francisco, the city would be actually nice.

  • Scott McCall
    Scott McCall 24 days ago

    poop and needles. san fransisco. and that house? how much does it cost? 3 million? puh lease

  • Meizar Farizky
    Meizar Farizky 28 days ago

    what's with that last shot holy shit! it blew my mind!

  • Otter Pop Culture
    Otter Pop Culture 29 days ago

    Get ready for the tech boom people of SF to feel attacked.

  • Abhishek Verma
    Abhishek Verma Month ago +1

    Refreshing in its cinematography, intense in its acting, sad in its premise, but kickass in its direction.

  • Just Call Me Chris
    Just Call Me Chris Month ago

    Mike Epps Hot 97 interview directed me here

  • Belle Zhao
    Belle Zhao Month ago +1

    Had me sobbing in the theater, after in the bathroom, and right now. This is more than a movie

  • Ken
    Ken Month ago

    Yaaawn......so many fake reviews here, bloody robots, the movie is average, stop exageratin

    • Callum Archer
      Callum Archer 24 days ago +1

      You're mistaking the art of film to be objective. All art is subjective. This comment makes you look ignorant.

  • keza DAA
    keza DAA Month ago +1

    Its been a year since i left SF and there's not a single day i don't think about the city. I miss San Francisco

  • L A
    L A Month ago

    At some point African Americans need to acknowledge the negative impact of cheap labor entering the job market, I can remember growing up in Milwaukee back in 70s and 80s you would always see African American construction workers, Masonry Workers ,painters and plumbers all I see now is illegal immigrants 🗣

  • Mother Goose
    Mother Goose Month ago +2

    I watched this the other day and it’s one of the MOST beautiful films I have seen

  • Den Dan
    Den Dan Month ago

    Wow amazing film, Danny Glover brought me, but this trailer music lol how much does the music make this feel like a typical American commercial for some kind of credit card or insurance, I kept expecting a narrator who in between lines changes the tone and tempo of his fake and formal commercial sales pitch voice to start talking over the trailer and say - Be true to yourself, Be the you you deserve, join Be you today, and in just a few stress free minutes you will be on your way, so call us now, and we will change your forename to You, and the next time someone asks you your name, you can say You, and they can say no you, as you reply once again You, and confused, they will say, haha ok, as they walk away all fake smiling as they quietly mumble, this dudes freaking wako.

  • American Born
    American Born Month ago +1

    Just saw this movie in theaters and brought me to tears. Beautiful cinematic art.

  • Soph to Universe
    Soph to Universe Month ago +1

    Absolutely beautiful and awe-inspiring film. It made me want to throw practicality out the window and pursue crazy dreams. Moving soundtrack, stunning cinematography. The characters are authentic and unique.

  • Tré Marsh
    Tré Marsh Month ago +1

    Got to see this film least night at The Roxie in San Francisco. This movie tugged at emotions in soul that my body didn't know were there. Jimmie Fails & Jonathan Majors should easily be Oscar contenders got their roles in this.

  • jguerr562
    jguerr562 Month ago

    I grew up in San Francisco in the 70s and it was a different city economically and demographically. Blacks and Chicanos were once a fabric of the city. Looks interesting. Gentrification happening everywhere, especially East LA.

  • Richard Healy
    Richard Healy Month ago

    I still drive by my old house on Union street. Sometimes I get choked up. I drive my wife crazy. I totally understand what these two men are saying. I want to see this film.