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IMDB Ratings: 7.1/10
Directed: Barry Jenkins
Released Date: 8 February 2019
Genres: Drama ,Romance
Languages: Hindi ,English
Film Stars: KiKi Layne ,Stephan James ,Regina King
Movie Quality: 720p 480p BRRip
File Size: 2126MB ,1113MB ,400MB
Story: African-American teen sweethearts Fonny and Tish are ripped apart when Fonny is wrongly arrested for the rape of a Puerto Rican woman because of the machinations of a racist cop. While seeking justice for Fonny, a pregnant Tish relies on her Harlem community, including her sister, mother Sharon and future mother-in-law.
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Although Barry Jenkins’ previous film ‘Moonlight’ caused upset when it won the Best Picture Oscar and gets a good deal of hate still, to me it was very well made, very well acted and very powerful while suffering from a rushed final act and an anti-climactic ending. So hearing that Jenkins had made another film on a heavy, still relevant and brave subject matter and with a good cast, that will touch a raw nerve with many, immediately got me interested, the critical acclaim also adding further to the interest.
‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ is not one of those films that will compel, or emotionally connect with, everybody and it is not hard to see why. It is also not hard to see why people will find a lot of value here. While there is a lot to admire, part of me was disappointed watching ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ and that full potential was not realised. What worked so well in the source material does not come off completely successfully here. If asked which is the better film between ‘Moonlight’ and this, because ‘Moonlight’ was clearer narratively and was more involving that would be my choice.