Mini Movie Review (MOONLIGHT)

MOONLIGHT (2016) was powerful, poignant, and gutsy. I highly recommend this heartfelt film. It’s always wonderful to see images of grown men being tender and intimate with each other, particularly between Black men. Such expressions are still somehow quite daring and rarely portrayed compared to all the man-on-man (and man-on-woman) violence so many movies and TV shows broadcast day in and day out. I was deeply moved by the love, honesty, and courage that came through in this screen gem. More cinema like MOONLIGHT is needed.

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