Beyond the Lights

Beyond the Lights
Beyond the Lights

Year

2014

Duration

117 minutes

Genres

Drama, Musicals, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

Noni is a young British R&B singer, groomed for the spotlight from a young age and on the verge of becoming the next big new star. But the pressures of fame have made Noni fragile and on-the-edge, leading her to attempt the most drastic of actions. Fortunately, she is rescued by a young cop assigned as her bodyguard and the pair quickly find themselves drawn to one another. This backstage melodrama is not short of glitz and fabulous musical set-pieces, but it is also an astute examination of race, gender and modern celebrity, confirming Mbatha-Raw as one of Britain’s brightest young actors.

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12 Classification

Strong language, moderate sex, sex references.

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