Located at the beginning of Harlem from the 1970 century, if Beale Street can speak is a timeless and touching love story, while several unbreakable bands and African American families give a hug that is said through the eyes of the 19-year-old Tish River (screen newcomer Kiki Lane). Daughter and wife to be, Tish recalls bright passion, respect and confidence that joins her and her painter Alonso Hunt, who goes by nickname Fonny (Stefan James). Childhood friends, the faithful couple dreamed of the future together, but their plans were tracked when Fonni was arrested for a crime he did not commit.
A woman in Harlem is desperately climbing to prove she’s guilty of the crime while carrying her first child.
Director: Barry Jenkins Writers: Barry Jenkins (written for Screen by), James Baldwin (based book) stars: Kiki Lane, Stefan James, Regina King
Baldwin’s novel, followed by Tish, recently deployed in Harlem, competing with the clock to prove his lover’s innocence while keeping his first babies born. It is a tribute to love, told through the story of the young couple, their families and their lives. “