|Fri 17th March||7.45pm|
|Sat 18th March||7.45pm|
|Sun 19th March||4.30pm|
|Mon 20th March||7.45pm|
|Weds 22nd March||7.45pm|
|Thurs 23rd March||10.30am|
Dir: Barry Jenkins | USA | 2016 | 111 mins
Cast: Trevante Rhodes, Alex Hibbert, Ashton Sanders, Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris, Janelle Monáe, André Holland
Hotly tipped for awards season, Moonlight is a revelation and perhaps the film of the year. Directed by Barry Jenkins (Medicine for Melancholy), it tells its beautiful, vital and devastating story in three acts. Young African-American boy Little (Alex Hibbert) lives in Miami with his crack addict mother (Naomie Harris), faces homophobic bullying at school and befriends local drug dealer Juan (Mahershala Ali). As a troubled teenager, Chiron (Ashton Sanders) he lashes out, as an adult (Trevante Rhodes) he dreams of reconnecting with a lost love (André Holland). Aesthetically striking and viscerally powerful, Moonlight is a breathtaking achievement and surely a landmark in the portrayal of blackness (especially black gay masculinity) onscreen.
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