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Film Review - Moonlight


Movies like “Moonlight” are rare. While the picture investigates a multitude of behavioral issues and cultural crimes, it’s most interested in identity, displaying remarkable patience and understanding of the process of self-discovery, which often elicits more fear than satisfaction. “Moonlight” is a film about the Black Experience in America, but the war it wages with personal comfort and corruption is universal, and its depiction of this struggle is exceptional. Writer/director Barry Jenkins handles the material with courage and indie cinema style, providing a clear view of murky issues, also guiding a gifted cast through intricate emotional speeds. It’s a special feature, rich with character and perspective, and it showcases what Jenkins is capable of, especially with difficult tales of lives lived in a constant state of fear. Read the rest at


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