The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Paragraph Review.

A man and his friend take over a house that belonged to his grandparents after it gets vacated in this engaging character drama that’s one of the more accessible films in the A24 library. It’s fairly low stakes for most of it run time but but it’s well performed by a solid cast. In its third act it possesses some moments surprising power that are very effective. The film represents the sort of indie cinema that’s nothing revolutionary but is very easily recommendable if you like this kind of drama.

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