It is a common (and undoubtedly accurate) complaint that whenever Hollywood dares make movies about gay men, the characters tend to be overwhelmingly white and, more often than not, privileged or rich. Enter Moonlight, which had its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival, and which is anything but that unfortunate stereotype. It is a tender poem about growing up, and about dealing with adversity, and it may be thought of as setting the bar for queer cinema (black, brown, or white) for years to come. A24, the company that made this film possible, is not exactly a Big...Read More
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