Add to your watchlist
We'll let you know when this movie is showing again in London.
The Last Black Man in San Francisco showtimes

The Last Black Man in San Francisco

The Last Black Man in San Francisco on IMDb

The somewhat true story of a young black man living in a rapidly-changing San Francisco, whose life is untethered by the slow gentrification of a city that seems intent on leaving him behind.

★★★★☆ | Read our full The Last Black Man in San Francisco review
Play trailer

'The Last Black Man in San Francisco' showtimes in London

Important Notice about Showtimes

After six years on the cinema scene, we’re sad to announce that WeLoveCinema will stop delivering showtimes and cease updating from Friday 4 August, 2023.

This wasn’t an easy decision, but we’re incredibly proud of what we achieved in that time, and are grateful for the experiences and opportunities that came our way.

Read More

Where to watch online

We’ve hand-picked a selection of ways to stream online.

What we think

If the film occasionally feels a little too sorry for itself, what cannot be denied is the glowing, revelatory experience of watching it all unfold: gorgeously tender, The Last Black Man in San Francisco pulls you in from its first frame and allows you to simply bath in what feels like a two-hour-long elegy.
★★★★☆ | Read in full: The Last Black Man in San Francisco film review Tom Barnard We Love Cinema

What others think

It’s a shaggy, wistful film that acts as a heartfelt tribute to both a city and a friendship and when the cutesy quirk that surrounds it is dialled down, we’re able to appreciate the underpinning earnestness.
Benjamin Lee The Guardian
The experience of watching the film is no less than dizzying, and its rapid pace, maintained almost without interruption throughout, can at times be a little exhausting.
Elena Lazic Little White Lies
Shot in a woozy, unreal, and dryly comedic style that splits the difference between Spike Jonze and Spike Lee, [the film] slows the world down just enough for you to feel it changing.
David Ehrlich IndieWire
Half mood-piece, half character study, [the film] is a deeply moving lament on the effect of gentrification on the people on the Bay Area’s margins.
Kambole Campbell Empire Magazine

The Last Black Man in San Francisco Movie details


UK release date

25 Oct 2019