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In Moonlight, there's a scene on a beach where a line is drawn - and crossed - in the sand. It's credit to director Barry Jenkins that this pivotal moment in a movie about being poor, black and gay feels neither forced nor exploitative, merely natural - a milestone in one person's life journey.

In search of one's identity

Apr 28, 2017 5:50 AM

IN Moonlight, a poignant, quietly powerful coming-of-age drama about a young boy's search for identity, there's a scene on a beach where a line is drawn - and crossed - in the sand.

It's credit to director Barry Jenkins that this pivotal moment in a movie about being poor, black and gay

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