Jenkins delivers a powerful love song
Love is cheap in the cinema, particularly at this time of year. Everyone either has it or wants it, or instinctively knows the formula to be applied to find it in 90 minutes. Movie love is a carnival prize; the reward for figuring out a simplified equation. Barry Jenkins’s If Beale Street Could Talk knows better. The first English-language adaptation of a James Baldwin novel, and Jenkins’ follow-up to his Oscar-winning Moonlight, this gorgeous, intimate...
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