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The Light of the Moon (2017)

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After her world is irrevocably changed, a successful New York City architect struggles to regain intimacy and control in her life.
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After her world is irrevocably changed, a successful New York City architect struggles to regain intimacy and control in her life.

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Stephanie Beatriz shot the film during her summer break from Season 4 of Brooklyn Nine Nine, so there was no opportunity for pickup shots. See more »

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Matt: You know what you look like? You look like the last kid picked for the softball team: "I'm just out here in left field waiting for the ball."
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Excellent film unlike any other
21 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

Light of the Moon is a unique film, approaching the subject of rape in a sobering, relatable way. The movie begins with a stylish architect who goes out for a typical Brooklyn-night-out with friends and is assaulted on her walk home. What's remarkable and most disturbing about this movie is how it pragmatic it presents the awful crime of rape. The residual events are rational and never over dramatic as the story follows Bonnie's psychology and that of her boyfriend's through the weeks the couple attempts at resolving the incident, sometimes through awkward moments, and sometimes through tearful fights. After all, the world continues to turn around Bonnie despite what happened to her. The dialogues are visceral as we understand the feelings of Bonnie as she accuses those around her for treating her like a victim, while simultaneously we empathize with her boyfriend and his point of view. This is an eye opening film.


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