If Beale Street Could Talk
Romance • R • 2018 • 2 hr
Could be the most beautiful soundtrack I have ever heard and everything about the movie is so fitting for it.
In absolute awe at how the director continues to humanize us and make us—black folk—beautiful; gives us permission to be people. Loved it.
A woman faces many challenges all in the name of love and devotion. Determined to be reunited with her soul mate, makes this story powerful
What a cinematography and directing.Just these two things can express the beauty of this film
Excellent chemistry between the two leads. Well constructed film.
This movie is absolutely amazing from the wonderful acting and screenplay to the captivating music score. We need more movies like this.
A soft, intimate story that relies on said intimacy a little too heavily. Beautifully shot nonetheless.
Barry and Britell can make me tear up with just a few shots of nothing in particular.
It was a beautifully told story informing the audience about the cruel and racist government system. Loved it as well as the score.
Barry Jenkins has done it again. Beautiful, hypnotic, frightening, touching. Deserves all the prizes.
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