Sordid Cinema Podcast #509: The Sounds and Sights of ‘Moonlight’
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Told in three chapters over the course of about 16 years, Moonlight (adapted from playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney’s short theater piece, In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue) explores the plight of a young black man across three eras, searching for his place in the world while struggling with his gay identity. This week we invite Goomba Stomp’s Games Editor Mike Worby to help us discuss the Academy Award winning feature its universal subject: navigating the treacherous waters of adolescence to emerge into adulthood.
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