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- 75/100 based on 168,227 votes
  • Released: 2016
  • Runtime: 111 mins
  • Director: Barry Jenkins
  • Studio: Plan B Entertainment
  • Genres: Drama

A chronicle of the childhood, adolescence and burgeoning adulthood of a young, African-American, gay man growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami.... (Full plot summary below)

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A chronicle of the childhood, adolescence and burgeoning adulthood of a young, African-American, gay man growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami.

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The Verge - 10/10 by Tasha Robinson One of Moonlight's remarkable strengths is how completely it avoids preaching, after-school messaging, or pat cinematic answers. - 10/10 by Nandini Ramnath [Moonlight] has freshness, imagination and control that are the marks of true accomplishment.
Salt Lake Tribune - 10/10 by Sean P. Means A life, any life, is a collection of moments - and the beauty of writer-director Barry Jenkins' incandescent drama Moonlight is how he crystallizes three moments in the life of a young African-American man into a film that's so moving and beautiful.
The List - 10/10 by Emma Simmonds It's astutely judged, beautifully humane and, in its final throes, devastatingly romantic.
Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada) - 10/10 by Josef Braun It isn't for black audiences or art-house audiences or liberal audiences or whatever reductive cultural niche people might try to shove it into. Simply, it is one of the most striking films of the year and it is, I believe, for everyone.
Pajiba - 10/10 by Kristy Puchko Moonlight surprised me. Then it rattled me to my core. And finally, it nestled snuggly inside my heart.
Times (UK) - 10/10 by Kate Muir An elegiac, raw, painful film that explores the strangeness of growing up gay in Miami's black community in the 1980s.
Village Voice - 10/10 by Melissa Anderson A question is posed to the main character of Barry Jenkins's wondrous, superbly acted new film, Moonlight: "Who is you, man?" The beauty of Jenkins's second feature...radiates from the way that query is explored and answered: with specifics and expansiveness, not with foregone conclusions.
The Tyee (British Columbia) - 10/10 by Dorothy Woodend The masterful level of craft in the film is obvious.
Tulsa World - 10/10 by Michael Smith One of the year's most provocative and sensitive films. And one of the best.
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN) - 10/10 by John Beifuss The multiple names place Chiron within the historical context of American racism: It's a reminder that he is a resident of a country that stripped his ancestors of their cultural and literal identities.
Spliced Personality - 10/10 by Sean Burns A work of extraordinary empathy about the kind of character we seldom meet at the cinema.

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