Keith Dwyer’s review published on Letterboxd:
Moonlight is a small but incredibly layered beautiful and important piece of cinema, I can't stress important enough really, it's art on screen.. It's so beautiful but very subtle and simplistic.
Upon first viewing, as some of you may have read my previous review. I liked Moonlight, I thought it was just a good fine film and even then people were going nuts about it, I decided to rewatch it last night as I plan to bring out my best of 2016 list soon and wanted to see where it sat with me due to the insane love it has developed and I knew that there were somethings that I missed because there's barely a fault in this film, I find the latter half of the second act 'Chiron' a bit dragged but, I can't pick at that really. Because everything else is just so Goddamn beautiful, it's a piece of work, but most of all a piece of art. I love Moonlight. Really is something to revisit and I'll be watching it again quite soon hopefully, this thing hits hard.