See You Yesterday Taps Into Sci-Fi and the Black Lives Reality

Netflix does it again by taking a chance on representation. In the tradition of classic T.V. series like Sliders and Quantum Leap, Stefon Bristol's first feature film See You Yesterday combines time travel, mistaken identity, and black family bonds for a strong sci-fi debut. C.J. (Duncan-Smith) and Sebastian (Crichlow) trying to figure out time jumping.... Continue Reading →

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