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

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

We built these ships. Dredged these canals. In the San Francisco
they never knew existed. This is our home. You two…stick together. I always come back to the old house. What if it’s empty? What if we just peeked inside? We could throw parties, We could put on one of your plays? We can yell Where is this house? Our old house. That’s not your old house and that’s not your neighborhood. ♪ Hey! ♪ ♪ If you’re going ♪ ♪ To San Francisco ♪ ♪ Be sure to wear ♪ ♪ Flowers in your hair ♪ Maybe he’s right. What if we shouldn’t be here? Who should be here more? Some millionaire? If you leave, it’s not your loss. It’s San Francisco’s. I don’t know how much
longer we can keep doing this. I’m not leaving. I’m the last one left. I’m with you, bro.

100 thoughts on “The Last Black Man in San Francisco | Official Trailer HD | A24

  1. 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.

  2. 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 !

  3. 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.

  4. 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?

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

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

  7. The movie looks nice but imagine the following movie:

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

  8. 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.

  9. 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 would lose alot of its charm.

  10. 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.

  11. 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!

  12. 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

  13. 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

  14. All these big companies moving to San Francisco moving out the native peoples of San Francisco😔😔 I’m one of the ppl who left San Francisco. If you leave it’s not your fault it’s the city’s fault✌️✌️ San Francisco will always be my city

  15. Even if the earth is destroyed, there will be no last black man. They will eat government welfare and have children. Now, all downtown san francisco is black homeless.

  16. Interesting film, but I have some questions about the level of ignorance projected in this film by a black character.

  17. There are tons of black people in San Francisco. Apparently this movie voids the 10's of thousands of homeless on the streets that the media and liberal politicians ignore.

  18. "Blindspotting" was a whole lot more enjoyable and less confusing. This movie lacks energy and connection to its story.

  19. The characters would have grown up in San Fran in the 90’s at the height of NWA music/movement. Its racist the writers didnt include that music movement lifestyle in the movie. Thats hipsterization/gentrification of hollywood films for you. Its disgusting they created two black characters that white self hating hipsters can better relate to.

  20. man, this movie was MESMERIZING! it was so beautiful it broke my heart! and can I just say that I FUCKING LOVE black people so much, they are so full of life and love and passion and this movie just brought that out even more! wow, wow I am in awe!

  21. I was hesitant to bring my parents with me to watch this film (they are kind of your typical traditional black folk) and they loved it! The score gets me every time 😭😭

  22. As a bay area native, I can confirm that the San Francisco portrayed in the movie is a one to one representation of the real SF. And it pulled at my heartstrings, how tragically accurate it was.

    If this movie doesn't win a single Oscar, I'll never watch another Academy Award ceremony again. That is final

  23. I saw this film yesterday. I connected with it instantly as I had a similar but different experience as Jimmie did in real life. Totally loved this film. One of the best I have seen for years.

  24. There are plenty of wealthy Americans of color, this narrative that black people are only poor or uneducated and couldn’t possibly live in SF is a racist way of thinking. I felt like this movie was written by 1960’s script writers.

  25. Fantastic film and score. Though only in the film for a few brief minutes actor Rob Morgan displays himself in a magnificent way. Great acting all around buy a fantastic cast.

  26. With a great soundtrack and amazing actors, this gem of a story reaches deep into your heart from the getgo. I laughed and, OMG, I cried. What a beautiful film.

  27. Hell look at Miami.. a place where I gre up and it's been completely taken over by Spanish (Primarily Cubans).
    Many people may not notice it, but certain groups of people are being "pushed out" of areas financially (their hometowns, places they grew up). I lived long enough to witness parents and grandparents show me houses/neighborhoods they grew up in and/or still lives there and things were just as they remembered.. my generation won't have that same luxury, we won't get to say to our kids "This is the house I grew up in..", "Oh look, my old neighborhood and the place I used to get strawberry shakes from"). Those days are gone.. we are in a new age and new things have to come into play.. especially when there are no laws to stop government and upper class from pushing out lesser financially secured individuals. Some years from now we're going to look back on history and see how even in these present times what's being done to people is just as wrong as what's been happening to people since the start of America. When will people really stop, look around, and do what's right?

  28. I can't get over the fact that a dude was rowing underneath the bridge everyone from there knows millions of gallons of sewage pour out into the bay all the time you would get e coli, or hit by a tanker.

  29. Beautifully filmed, full of awkward moments and yet the honesty and genuine brotherly love between the main characters had me crying by the end. It is rare to see the vulnerable side of men.

  30. Being a norwegian american, I can see how the title can seem alienating. I've read some comments about the race implications in this movie. I am tired of the media making race a thing. I live in Houston. My daughter is the only white girl in her gifted and talented class. Race has never been an issue, ever. People are people, and I do sympathize with white people who feel like the media has pinned them as some sort of bully. That's the media though. Where I live, we all get along, and my family is a minority if you want to classify us by race. We celebrate each other's cultures. That's how it is in day to day life. I feel like the media creates a divide that wouldn't be there otherwise. That being said, this movie looks great. I already know I'm going to enjoy the score. Very cool.

  31. Just got home from seeing this film. Visually stunning. Emotional. Heartbreaking. Breathtaking. I feel this is one everyone should see.

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