At the beginning of Harlem 1970, if Beale Street could talk about this timeless story and poignant love both a pair of unbreakable bonds and an African American familys hug hug, as said through the eyes of the river 19 year old Tish (the novice screen Kiki Layne). Daughter and wife-es, Tish is clearly reminiscent of the passion, respect and confidence that stuck to her and her artist, Phil Alonso Hunt, what is happening with the so-called Fonney (Stefan James). Friends of children, devoted several dreams about the future together, but their plans for the track, when Fonny was arrested for a crime that did not.
Harlem woman covers her pregnancy and she and her family are struggling to prove her work to an innocent boy.
Director: Barry Jenkins Writers: Barry Jenkins (written for screen), Stars of James Baldwin (based on the book): Kiki Laine, Stefan James, Regina King
Roman Baldwin “follows Tish,” another engaged Harlem woman, races against the clock to prove the innocence of her lover while clinging to the birth of her first child. This celebration of Love is told by the story of a young couple, their families and their lives.