Oakland, California. Young Afro-American Oscar Grant crosses paths with family members, friends, enemies and strangers before facing his fate on the platform at Fruitvale Station, in the early morning hours of New Year's Day 2009.
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"This movie is so real. Beautiful. No doubt this is one of the movies that elevated Michael B. Jordan’s career. His character is tangible and the story takes us on a trip through what seems like the twilight zone. However… this us. Truth. "
Jonathan David Whitfield
"Fruitvale Station hit me like a ton of bricks. Ryan Coogler's direction and Michael B. Jordan's portrayal of Oscar Grant felt as real as life itself. The movie is a raw, honest look at the struggles of the black community. After watching, I wept for hours because it felt like I was there, living the pain and injustice right alongside them. "Fruitvale Station" isn't just a movie; it's a gut-punching experience that left me with a heavy heart and a lot to think about."
"Sad but meaningful movie. Unfortunately it shows something that happens way too much in the African American communities "
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