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Unlike many films featuring intimate sexual relationships between Black men, Kevin does not tell Chiron that he must keep their relationship a secret. Despite the fact that Kevin is bisexual, he does not fall into the clichéd caricature of a deceptive Black man on the “down low.”
In-text: (Copeland, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Copeland, K., 2017. MOONLIGHT, Directed by Barry Jenkins. Journal of Homosexuality, 65(5), pp.687-689.
Often elements of mise-en-scène will work, as is the case with the ‘blood symbolism’ here, in patterns developed across the length of a film
In-text: (Gibbs, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Gibbs, J., 2012. Mise-en-scène. London: Columbia University Press, p.9.
Any close-up necessarily implies a particular significance. Furthermore, because of the nature of the face and the audience’s desire to connect with it, the facial close-up places specific emphasis on depicting emotions.
In-text: (Swenson, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Swenson, A., 2013. The Face. The Cine-Files, [online] (4). Available at: <http://www.thecine-files.com/current-issue-2/articles/the-face/> [Accessed 23 December 2020].
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