Moonlight Review




Beneath Black skin illuminated by blue tones, Barry Jenkins skilfully uses the entire spectrum of human emotion and complexity, to paint a glorious portrait of one man’s struggle to find love and self-acceptance in a world trying its hardest to deny him both. Delicate, tender and heartfelt, Moonlight handles its subject matter with care and does a great deal of justice to a story rarely seen in cinema. Whilst other Best Picture winners are destined to disappear into the shadows, Moonlight will undoubtedly shine bright for many more years to come – prepare to have your breath taken.

9.1 / 10


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