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About The Last Black Man in San Francisco Movie

The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a 2019 American drama film. Its plot centers on the efforts of a young Black man to reclaim his childhood home, a now-expensive Victorian house in a gentrified neighborhood of San Francisco.

The film is the feature debut of director and producer Joe Talbot. Talbot wrote the screenplay with Rob Richert and the story with Jimmie Fails, on whose life the film is partly based. The movie stars Fails, Jonathan Majors, Tichina Arnold, Rob Morgan, Mike Epps, Finn Wittrock, and Danny Glover.

The Last Black Man in San Francisco had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 26, 2019. It won awards for Best Directing and a Special Jury Prize for Creative Collaboration. It was released on June 7, 2019, by A24 in the United States.

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Jimmie Fails is a young man living in Bayview-Hunters Point, San Francisco. He spends his time wandering around town with his best friend Montgomery “Mont” Allen, whom he also lives with, along with Mont’s grandfather. Jimmie waits for the bus with Mont every day, during which they see various states of change in the city and protesters trying to stop it. The two then skateboard to a Victorian house in the city’s Fillmore District that Jimmie grew up in and says was built by his grandfather in 1946. The home is currently occupied by an older couple, and Jimmie often laments to Mont about how the couple doesn’t take care of the house while doing his best to remodel it himself. One day, Jimmie and Mont visit the house only to find the woman crying on her husband’s shoulder and movers taking the couple’s things.

Jimmie and Mont go to a local realtor, who informs them that the woman’s mother had died and now she and her sister are fighting over the house. They use this opportunity to visit the now vacant house and be free to finally re-explore the house in its entirety. Deciding to take up residence, the pair visit Jimmie’s aunt Wanda, who gives them the interior decorations that they had when living there. Jimmie and Mont ride back to the home with the help of Wanda’s husband, Ricky, and unpack the items, displaying them throughout the house.

One night, Mont invites Kofi, a childhood friend of Jimmie’s and his, to the house, and the three enjoy a night of relaxation. However, the next day, Kofi says hurtful things to Jimmie about his father to appear dominant after being called “feminine” by his friends. Jimmie and Mont later find out from Kofi’s friends that he has been killed by a man he had a scuffle with. At the same time, the pair find that their possessions have been thrown out of the house and left on the sidewalk, in addition to a sign posted by the realtor they went to earlier. Feeling betrayed, Jimmie fights back by putting all of it right back in. Mont, however, goes to the realtor, who reveals that the house wasn’t built by Jimmie’s grandfather, and has the deed to prove that it was actually built in the 1850s.

Mont writes a play about the aftermath of Kofi’s death and encourages Jimmie to advertise it to passersby, holding it in the “witch hat” of the house. On the day of the performance, Jimmie’s estranged father, who he had previously gotten into an argument with, shows. During the performance, Mont shows various social media posts about Kofi’s death, all of which he proclaims show that these people never really knew Kofi. He asks various people in the crowd to recount their opinions on Kofi, including Jimmie, who says that even though the last thing that Kofi ever said to him was mean, his experience with him in a group home was friendly, saying that “people aren’t one thing”. Mont then confronts Jimmie with the truth that Jimmie’s grandfather did not build the house. This angers Jimmie, who storms out, followed by the rest of the play’s audience.

Jimmie reunites with Mont at the dock before going home, telling him that he knew all along that his grandfather didn’t build the house. He watches TV with Mont and Grandpa Allen before going to bed. Mont wakes up and finds Jimmie gone, with a note that thanks Mont for being his best friend. Mont is left alone, and while he continues the various daily activities that the two would share, when done alone they no longer carry the same sense of joy. He watches from the dock, where Jimmie is far away, rowing in the water outside the Golden Gate Bridge.

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