The Light of the Moon
Directed by Jessica M. Thompson
After a New York City woman is sexually assaulted while walking home one evening, she struggles to accept the truth and rediscover the intimacy within her relationship.
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★★★★ review by Marian on Letterboxd
i love stephanie beatriz so much I LOVE HER
★★★★ review by ryanwarner on Letterboxd
Caught a screening with the filmmakers at IFC center last night. It’s rough around the edges but it tells the emotional story of abuse more viscerally than any film I’ve seen in years. Really hope this gets a wider release. It’s truly eye opening.
★★★½ review by Peter Martin on Letterboxd
Stephanie Beatriz gives a shattering performance. The film kept me on edge throughout.
★★★★ review by James McAllister on Letterboxd
Would have benefited from a more challenging ending, but given that it's dealing with a subject of incredible sensitivity that's rarely explored with such focus on the big screen, this is a sad, genuine, and devastatingly candid drama.
★★★★★ review by Manish Agarwal on Letterboxd
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