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Moonlight Dean Fraser. The film's chapter structure gestures at the notion that LittleChiron, and Black the titles of each chapter, named for Chiron's given name and various nicknamescould be considered as separate characters, rather than various stages in a single character's life. Through this lens, we can understand Chiron's journey as fractured, literally and figuratively, by his attempts to find his place in the world of the film.
Chiron's most dramatic transformation comes, of course, in the space between the latter two chapters; in the chapter "Black," we see that Chiron has opted for a lifestyle similar to Album) of Juan, the drug lord that helped raise him while supplying his mother with crack.
Kevin pokes holes in LP transformation, asking Chiron, "Who is you? From the way he dresses Juan's black do-rag and gold chains to the crown ornament on the dashboard of his classic car, Black has picked up where Juan left off when he died, raising questions about whether Black truly chose this life or merely grew into an identity that was fated for him from the start. Throughout the film, Chiron faces pressure to behave in ways that are more traditionally masculine.
When Little drifts away from a ball game at school, Kevin follows, forcing LP to wrestle him in order to prove to the other boys that he isn't "soft. The necessity of making one's masculinity visible does not apply solely to Chiron, however. Rather, it is an imperative that applies to all men in the film, including Kevin, who seems so confident in his masculinity.
This is evident when Terrel tests Kevin by forcing him to beat up Chiron just after they've been intimate on the beach; in this scene, Kevin knows he has no choice but to perform the show of strength necessary to survive socially. As a response, Chiron keeps getting back up after every punch, unable to "stay down" as Kevin urges, lest he appear weak or feminine. Later in life, Chiron or Black has chosen to embrace this Every Breath You Take - The Moonlight Moods Orchestra - Themes & Dreams Vol 2 (Vinyl demand for a performed masculinity, wearing "fronts" in his teeth and blaring music from his souped-up classic car.
Ultimately, Kevin pokes holes in this performance, asking Black, "Who is you, Chiron? You hard now? No character in Moonlight is free of moral ambiguity, and Chiron is no exception. Between the latter two chapters of the film, Chiron goes from innocent victim to hardened gangster, raising questions about the morality of the life he's chosen. Even more morally ambiguous, however, are Paula and Juan.
Finally, one should pay attention to any type of odd moon behavior, such as the dream moon rapidly contracting and expanding, or one that runs through its cycles in seconds instead of a month of days. Photo by Patrice Audet on Pixabay. Moon dreams often symbolize the intuition, alerting the dreamer that constant, conscious analysis can be set aside in favor of quietly allowing one's self to perceive and receive the information already known to the unconscious mind.
As a symbol of intuition, the moon may also herald the growth or bursting forth of intuitive abilities long held in check. The phase of the moon in a dream can give insight into how one's intuitive self is developing.
For example, a tiny, fingernail-like crescent moon can indicate that one is entering into a fresh, new relationship with the unconscious and intuitive nature. A full moon indicates full receptivity to the intuition. Receptivity, while a passive action, is still an active concept—one must be open in order to receive, not shut down.
Part of receptivity involves trust, another aspect of intuition that the moon phase can indicate. One may have intuitive impulses all day long, but without trust, one is still shut down, unable to act on the information the unconscious delivers. Photo by Stevepb on Pixabay. Water is the symbol par excellence of the emotions and therefore tides, as water in motion, symbolize emotional movement.
Tides are controlled by the moon—a force wholly outside of their watery realm. The dreamer might examine if his or her emotions are similarly controlled by some outside force. Whereas some outer life circumstances naturally provoke an emotional reaction, such as the way death elicits grief, all too often one's emotional control is unnaturally predicated upon the actions of others.
One might look to moon dreams as a call to examine how in touch with and how in control one is of the emotional life. The extent to which one maintains emotional control is proportionate to the amount of personal power one has in one's life.
If one's emotions are controlled by outer forces or people, those forces or people are the very ones to which personal power has been ceded. Photo by AnoukvanMarsbergen on Pixabay. Prior to the advent of electricity, a woman's monthly rhythms harmonized with the moon's phases. Since a woman's cycle is the basis for determining fertility, the moon in dreams can symbolize that same fertility.
Dream fertility refers to more to the state of mental fertility, that state wherein the dreamer is allowing the creative impulse to flourish, where an idea's germination has found a place in which to prosper and grow, unimpeded. Dream fertility refers to more to the state of mental fertility, that state wherein the dreamer is allowing the creative impulse to flourish. Photo by Comfreak on Pixabay. How near or far the moon is from the Album) can indicate the degree of closeness one has with one's unconscious.
It can indicate Album) unconscious and the conscious mind are familiar friends or distant enemies. The moon's distance from the earth can indicate the gulf between the conscious and the unconscious. The greater the gulf, the more the likelihood exists that the unconscious is projecting shadows onto the waking world.
But the symbolism found in the moon's distance from the earth is not limited to defining the relationship between the unconscious and the conscious. The distance of the moon from the earth can also symbolize feelings of emotional distance if the moon is far from the earth.
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