IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK IN USA THEATRES
Dec 14 2018

Director, Barry Jenkin’s adaptation of James Baldwin’s timely and emotionally potent 1974 novel, IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK, shot by Director of Photography James Laxton, is out today in USA cinemas. Set in 1970s New York’s Harlem and Greenwich Village, the film tackles racial bias, legal injustices and the ongoing sexual assault conversation which are disturbingly as relevant then as they are today.