By Barry Jenkins

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2017-02-17
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 1h 51min
  • Director: Barry Jenkins
  • Production Company: Plan B Entertainment
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 7.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 5.49
From 2,057 Ratings


Winner of 3 Academy Awards ® including Best Picture, MOONLIGHT chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood, as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighbourhood of Miami.



  • Exceptional

    By pocoloco25
    Fantastic film. The story is heart rendering and the acting is flawless, connecting you intimately to the film. The Oscar couldn't have gone to a better film.
  • Disappointed

    By Reecemaycock
    I wanted to love this film. Yet another film without conclusion.

    By ItalianGirl27
    This is an utterly boring movie I didnt like it at all, the characters are wek, the story plot is not engaging and predictable, really boring and definitely not oscar worthy!!!
  • Just beautiful!

    By Paul Winn
    Artistic, soulful, thought provoking and downright beautiful. A film that will bring a tear to even the most closed of hearts and mind!!!
  • Mr

    By markblackorwhite
    This was not trying to be a block buster but a film about modern life in America. I am not gay or black. Please see past the Donald trump era and you may get it. Just becuase it is about a different race does not mean it does not matter.
  • Well worth the trip.

    By BenLoyal
    It's not flashy, but it's genuine and says more about life than so much else out there. Shot thoughtfully. Scripted believably. Acted beatifully. Recommended without reserve.
  • Great film

    By fredspoon
    This is a good film. No it isn't Lord of the Rings or a blockbuster. But it is an important film moment for the black LGBT community. I liked it and will recommend it.
  • One to watch

    By shivfon
    Amazing film.
  • Throwback

    By DesignerSJH
    This film revisits well worn stereotypes from the days when all black people were either drug takers or drug pushers in the media. In spite of a good cast, this film demonstrates that all the important efforts made by the black community to reject this wholly negative view of black identity, seem to have fallen on deaf ears.
  • Incredible

    By FabFilmFan
    I loved this movie. It's deep and intense, and covers real emotions and experiences without succuming to the usual overbaked approach that so often comes out of Hollywood. It is beautifully put together, with every element complementing each other perfectly.