DVD Last Black Man in San Francisco

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In 1946, Jimmie Fails's grandfather built a Victorian home in San Francisco. Now the black population of the city has plummeted, and the house is owned by white people who refuse to properly care for it. With his best friend, Montgomery, Jimmie tries to reclaim the house and return it to the former glory he nostalgically remembers. But he finds that San Francisco is not the city of his youth and the community is not always willing to endorse his project. Jimmie and Mont are left struggling to respond to their changed hometown. Run Time: 120 minutes.


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