Review: Way More Than Its Accolades, MOONLIGHT Is A Call To Human Decency
Chiron, he doesn't speak. He can speak, but it's clear right away that his diffidence is not just a result of being shaken up over the bullying, but rather a sign of something deeper that troubles him. Juan is sensitive to the trouble in the boy, laughs to reassure him. Is patient. We suspect that this is the blossoming of a mentor/student pairing, a look at how boys and men find each other in a walls-open classroom for manhood’s examination.