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[how Three Times
(2005) influenced Moonlight
(2016)] I first saw "Three Times" at the 2005 Telluride Film Festival. It was wonderful, Roger Ebert
introduced the film. He loved it and thankfully gushed over it in a way that didn't hype such a delicate film. (...) The structure of "Three Times" is the sole impetus for the structure of "Moonlight." The source material the film originated from was ...
When he first got into film, his passion was for French and Asian New Wave cinema. He would always head straight for the Foreign Films section of his local Blockbuster and devour all he could afford. After he espied a photo of Quentin Tarantino
on the VHS jacket for Chungking Express
(1994) his curiosity was immediately piqued, and once he saw that movie he knew that he had to become a filmmaker.