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Movie Uncovers Heartbreak, Race in San Francisco

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Donny Lumpkins and Jazmyne Young Posted: Feb 19, 2009

Editor's Note: Filmmaker Barry Jenkins and his crew made the film Medicine for Melancholy over just a few weeks last fall. YO! caught up with Jenkins at the San Francisco International Film Festival to hear about the inspiration for the film about a one night stand between two young black people in San Francisco. The film opens in Los Angeles tomorrow and has received rave reviews in various publications. Donny Lumpkins and Jazmyne Young are content producers at YO!.

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