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2016 (Barry Jenkins) 14A, 111 minutes

Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp

The critically-acclaimed Moonlight portrays a coming of age story that remains brutally honest without veering into melodrama or cliché. Following Chiron through three distinct phases in his life, we’re presented with an intimate account of what it means to grow up black and gay in today’s America. “The only thing for certain about Moonlight’s masterful exploration of African-American masculinity,” writes the Toronto Star’s Peter Howell,“is that it can’t be classified, specified or qualified. It just needs to be watched and embraced as one of the year’s best films.”

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