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Luce keeping a secret is a feeling that only the truly twisted enjoy. At least that’s what I think about it. With Luce some of the best movies, the theme and narrative options create a reaction within you that makes your mental gears tick. You can’t help it, you just need to share your opinions with someone who has witnessed what you just witnessed. This could explain why it can be so difficult to avoid spoilers on the internet for the most anticipated movies every year.
With the newly released and provocative movie “Luce,” I feel like I’ve been waiting to unload my thoughts on the film’s broader themes with anyone familiar with it. Luckily, those people ended up being the film’s writer, J.C. Lee, and the director, Julius Onah. I promise, there will be no spoilers.

The film, starring Octavia Spencer, Naomi Watts, Tim Roth, and Kelvin Harrison Jr. as Luce, sheds light on how quickly many of us blame individuals before we understand every angle of their story. To further the discussion in his original work, Lee had created the title character as a perfect conversation starter around the topics of racial profiling and privacy. Luce is a stellar athlete and student at her Arlington, Virginia high school, as well as a son any parent could wish for. Her story is nothing short of miraculous, as she had grown up as a child soldier in a war-torn country and had been adopted by her new family. But once her politics teacher reads a troubling assignment she has handed in, the suspicions of those around her begin to question whether or not she may pose a threat to the school and whether they have the right to quickly regard her as a villain.

Duration: 109 min


IMDb: 6.7