"a lone gunman."
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
"a history with someone."
as a black self-conscious artist who is used to rejection, obsesses over past mistakes, and feels like an alien around his family, a lot of parts of this film fucked me up. it just sucks how underdeveloped and forgetful this entire thing feels. especially at just 83 minutes. it's like a great 4 hour season of tv squeezed into that very minuscule runtime and becomes very flawed. the climax contains one of my least favorite indie…
"i just thought about you, man..."
the sound of those waves. it is as pure as water.
moonlight is a film that visits my thoughts quite frequently just because i really do believe with all my heart that it's one of the most special films to ever exist. i have a mighty love for this film and everyone who helped to make it exist. there are times where i still can't believe the academy gave this film best picture. to…