They’re right. Moonlight is a masterpiece. It starts out small but compelling and with each mounting scene reveals a true mastery of film-making and story-telling technique. Director, Barry Jenkins, behind the camera is maestro-like, conducting a beautiful and powerful classical suite. Moonlight is visually musical and extremely moving. That this film emerges from a poem is not a surprise, and its power has away of sneaking up on you. Jenkins command of the storyâ€™s emotional rhythms, and his ability to evoke such power and tenderness through subtly from scene to scene, really demonstrates a true cinematic artist has entered the pantheon, I am excited to see what he does next. To fully feel this film it does require oneâ€™s full uninterrupted attention where you allow the story to wash over you. Allow yourself to be relinquished to the filmmaker’s steady and masterful hand, opening the door for a beautiful, poignant, and to me unforgettable, journey. Check it out if you are a cinephile or enjoy indie dramas.
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