The Light of the Moon

The Light of the Moon
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Sahan

Way too melodramatic.

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Wayne

wow,this was a fantastic movie. Stephanie Beatriz was truly unbelievable!!

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efrata

Very delicate and thoughtful. Splendid acting and depiction of the rape afterwards on a woman's life. Highly recommended.

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Edward

Very sensitive and vivid portrayal of the emotional horror a young women and those who love her endure after her sexual assault.

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hafsa

Wow. I am blown away by this movie. The story was told with such nuance and heart that i was crying half way through. This one is gonna say with me for a while. I highly recommend It. Stephanie Beatriz is absolutely astounding. Wow.

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