Andrew | A.J.’s review published on Letterboxd:
Shit, I cry so much sometimes I feel like Imma just turn to drops.
Moonlight depicts a life in the reality of the 21st Century with utter sympathy. Barry Jenkins uses a camera like an eyeball, and Laxton puts us right there, letting us experience it all with Chiron.
It's funny - there's no "best scene" in Moonlight. All of it is one incredible, emotional, beautiful experience. Barry Jenkins has crafted a film for this age, this time, and one that all should see. Moonlight is life, love, and humanity wrapped into a 111-minute motion picture.