EXPERIENCE THE UNFORGETTABLE “MUSIC OF MOONLIGHT” IN POWERFUL NEW MONTAGE

There’s magic to be found in the music of MOONLIGHT. Along with Nicholas Britell’s groundbreaking original score is a bold, eclectic, and unforgettable selection of tracks that cross genre and style—from soul to hip-hop, tropicália to gospel. Check out the exclusive new montage below featuring the most iconic moments of the MUSIC OF MOONLIGHT.  

INCLUDING…
Boris Gardiner, “Every N****r is a Star”
Goodie Mob, “Cell Therapy”
Caetano Veloso, “Cucurrucucú Paloma”
Barbara Lewis, “Hello Stranger”
Jidenna (feat. Roman GianArthur), “Classic Man”

MOONLIGHT expands to more theaters nationwide this Friday. Opens everywhere November 18.

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Read our reviews of “Moonlight” from Telluride and NYFF!

From Mark Johnson’s Telluride review:

“Moonlight” is a wholly felt and tender experience that is both heart-wrenchingly painful and utterly refreshing. It is exceptional filmmaking, with remarkably real characters that translate into extraordinary performances from the entire talented cast.

From Editor Clayton Davis’ review from NYFF:

The film is so painstakingly raw, it feels at times like snippets from many of our own childhoods. Being a part of a family with an absent father, and growing up in neighborhoods where the danger ends up as a sort of comfort, and ending up in the embracing arms of surrogate families – this story speaks volumes. The screenplay by Jenkins, which is based from Tarell McCraney‘s unpublished play “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue,” who receives a “story by” credit, is one for the ages. Chiron feels like a real human being, walking through life, gaining our own love and worry along the way. We take him in our own hearts and souls as his quiet and reserved frustration begins to boil over. Where the film comes alive is in Jenkins’ direction.

STARRING
Naomie Harris, André Holland, Mahershala Ali, Janelle Monáe, Alex R. Hibbert, Jaden Piner, Ashton Sanders, Trevante Rhodes and Jharrel Jerome.

WRITTEN BY
Barry Jenkins

DIRECTED BY
Barry Jenkins

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