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‘Last Black Man in San francisco’ review: race, Gentrification and an Instant Classic. Two Bay area filmmakers deliver a funny, poignant, rage-filled You can tell that The Last Black Man in San Francisco, the debut feature from director Joe Talbot, is something special within its first five minutes.
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