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    Moonlight, a struggle for identity and survival

    Many thanks to Dominick Tanoh, the author of this article and exchange student from Middlebury, Vermont. In one of the most memorable scenes of Moonlight, Juan, a drug dealer and father figure to the main character Chiron, takes the boy to the beach and weaves a story of his childhood in Cuba. An old Cuban woman told him that when they’re running around in the moonlight, Black boys look blue. You [Juan] blue. That’s what I gon’ call you. When Chiron asks if his name is actually Blue, Juan only smiles and say that one day you have to figure out…