Moonlight, a film about a young man coming out, is being tipped for Oscar trophies

Critics are raving about Moonlight, a film about a young man who comes out, and it is looking to be an early Oscars contender.
Written and directed by Barry Jenkins, the story shows an African American man over three periods of his life.
Struggling with his sexuality, his relationships with his mother, and his faith, Chiron also comes up against school bullying and gang violence in Miami, Florida.
It starts Trevante Rhodes, André Holland, singer Janelle Monáe, and Ashton Sanders.
The film had its world premiere at Telluride, and has had reviewers celebrating after the Toronto and London Film Festival yesterday.
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