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Love letters to the audience

If Beale Street Could Talk
Regissør: Barry Jenkins
( USA)

Barry Jenkins' latest film is a strong love story from 1970s Harlem, based on a novel by James Baldwin.

Director Barry Jenkins (Oscar for best film 2017, Moonlight) is cinematic with a new strong love story. The film, which is based on a novel by James Baldwin, starts with Tish, a girl on 19, who visits her 22 year old boyfriend Alonzo / Fonny, the father of the child she is expecting. He ends up in jail, suspected of rape. Tish, almost perfectly interpreted by KiKi Layne, is the film's narrative voice. After receiving a Golden Globe for her efforts, she is considered an Oscar favorite this month. Favorite is also Jenkins for best adapted script.

Tish and Fonny have been friends. . .

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Tommy Lørdahl
Lørdahl is a journalist, critic, DJ and regular writer in Ny Tid.

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