Chronicle of Childhood, adolescence and maturation of adults by young, African-American, Gay grew up in a rough neighborhood of Miami.
Director: Barry Jenkins Writers: Barry Jenkins (screenplay), Terrell Alvin Makkransi (Story by) stars: Maheršala Ali, Naomi Harris, Trevaante Rhodes
Three periods-young teen years, middle young people and young adults-in the life of black-American Chiron emerge. When a boy, Čron lives with his maiden girl, a mother addicted to break Paula into a block tortured by crime in Miami. Chiron is a shy child who is largely returning for his small size and careless with his mother, who is more interested in receiving his preparations and satisfying her carnal needs rather than taking care of him. Because of these problems Chiron threatens, defamation throws him that he does not understand beyond the knowledge that they are meant to be painful. In addition to his older Cuban American friend Kevin, Chiron has a little guidance that he has in the life of a Kvartatelen drug dealer named John, who can see that he is careless, and John’s girlfriend, caring for Theresa, whose home serves as Sanctuary away from the bandits and away from the attack of Paula. With this childhood as a foundation, Chiron can have a predetermined path in life, which will only be increased in