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Plot: A teenage girl with nothing to lose joins a traveling magazine sales crew, and gets caught up in a whirlwind of hard partying, law bending and young love as she criss-crosses the Midwest with a band of misfits. Runtime: 163 min Release Date: 14 Oct 2016
First great film I've seen in a long time. It feels sometimes like movies have given up on themselves, that they're gasping for some kind of relevance and it's gotten so bad that they're not even able to deliver on the basic fundamentals of stupid entertainment. Then I see something like this and am temporarily buoyed and remember why I love them; how they rely on your active participation, and how great films succeed at the effective transferal of subliminal feeling. This movie felt very fragile to me, with a kindness that is almost heroic. The routes you think it will take <more>
deflect the usual clichés and instead guide you somewhere better; and you feel grateful for it because it means whoever's behind the wheel respects you. Over and over I found myself nodding with each decision the director or editor or cinematographer or an actor made, thinking 'okay, this is right, this is true, this is reaching for something'.
Sometimes a masterwork ... (by SmileyMcGrouchpants)
... has to hold you in its hands for the better part of 2hr/45min to seep, seep, seep in and impress upon you its worldview.Andrea Arnold takes that chance, and takes you there: how much time can you spend in car? How can you convey what it feels like, if you don't? This movie gives you room to roam, and it's not so much a question of necessarily rewarding you in spades, as leaving you with varied impressions including not knowing what to do with it; sometimes an artist putting themselves out on a limb might'n't but leave you puzzled, which is what I think in part accounts <more>
for some of the mixed reactions to this film.However, this shows you a world few but enviro-group canvassers, door-to-door salespeople, or people familiar with such underground networks as Cory Doctorow or Ethan Clark or Aaron Cometbus or even Thomas Pynchon write about to begin with know *exists*: the incredulity it may inspire in a viewer may not be simply be a qualitative thing so much as an apples-and-oranges adjustment, and may be worth revisiting.No-one's on a joyride in this movie, and like nothing that easily comes to mind since Amy Heckerlings' "Fast Times at Rigdmont High" or Richard Linklater's "Slacker" the kids taking care of themselves isn't just incidental, it's so much the point. The whole narrative thrust is about how you keep yourself afloat in a parallel world, and who's to look in with impartial eyes, to begin with? For a movie misconstruable as about youths "partying" the Regal Fox Tower 10 description here in Portland managed to get the film precisely wrong by 180º degrees: "A runaway finds other teenagers to party and break laws with as they travel across other states," or some such thing. the action itself hews to a pretty rigorous timetable. Whew! Youthful counterculture? What youthful counterculture? The three leads bring a real tentpole quality to each of their characters; as they find and keep their footing, they each have to rub off each other and deal with the strengths of each others' personalities and where this leaves them at different points in time.Show up planning to stay with it, or you'll be annoyed perhaps : fair warning. But if you're ready to let the impressions accumulate, you'll find yourself having one of those you-forget-about-it-and-are-glad- to-find-it-again rare movie experiences when you linger through the very last end credits, with pleasure, rather than leave, out of simple momentum and joy. Hopefully the "Jane Err" screenplay I've all-but-finished won't seem so culturally-unparseable after this movie gets around! Thanks, Andrea Arnold. Off-the-grid groups aren't just 4chan/Anonymous or VW Bus hippies exclusively ... after all!
A phenomenal achievement in filmmaking (by barbicane3333)
I'm 64, and I can honestly say American Honey is one of the finest films I have ever seen. Critics' comparisons to 1995's Kids are accurate, but the astounding portrait of wayward youth presented here puts it miles ahead of that movie. American Honey is nothing less than astonishing. There is not a single second of wasted footage in this 2 hour 43 minute instant classic.Director Andrea Arnold has chosen her performers well. Shia LeBoeuf gives his best performance yet, but newcomer Sasha Lane is a commanding presence who steals the picture. Producers and directors take note: The <more>
bidding for her talents starts now. She will definitely have a long career.My review is coming to an end, but I kept wishing this movie would never end. American Honey is the best movie of this year and would qualify as the best of any year. Don't miss it.
If you are a fan of Larry Clarks Kids then this is the film for you. It portrays a harsh reality that most people would rather not see. It's got that train wreck quality that won't let you turn away and at the same time has you horrified.Sasha Lane as the protagonist Star gave a great performance. Her anger and sadness come to the surface even when she's silent. I've always liked Shia LaBeouf but I've usually felt like the films he's done don't interest me so I don't get to see his performances that much.I realize that the film is long, but I think it's <more>
part of what makes this film special. It takes time to develop and meanders a bit in the process but again it's part of what makes the film seem so genuine. Though the premise of the story is a bit ridiculous in itself it's really just a vehicle to let us in on the behavior of these young people. What makes them tick. What kind of music they like. How they relate to each other.Clearly this film isn't for everyone. You should have an idea what it is about before you partake in the investment of watching it. But if you are like me and enjoy the sociological aspect of feeling like you are eavesdropping on the life of these young people then it's a great film.I'm not familiar with this director but now I'd like to see her other films. Hopefully her hand is on the pulse of a lot of different subsets of culture.
I really liked it and when I saw the length of the film thought it may drag but it was nothing like that. The music tracks were truly great and the buzz feeling conveyed by the partying troupe was infectious. Throughout the film it seemed Star was going to meet with some unfortunate experiences and it made me anxious that she was going to find trouble but it was like riding waves for her.I felt at the end it was a rite of passage, an initiation, by her going into the water and overcoming her fears, a parallel with that is the guys jumping over the fire. I am quite critical of films but I <more>
Powerful USA drama with a strong message (by dakjets)
American Honey is the story of a lost generation of today's young people. Poor, uneducated and with few opportunities they live they're lives outside the ordinary community. They live their lives under harsh conditions, and there are few bright spots. The film is a strong social drama, and it really gets under the skin on you with its unvarnished appearance. It is poignant, funny and sad at the same time. A different road movie. When we saw the film two days after the premiere, we were in total 4 people in the hall. For a disgrace. This strong story should all people see and learn <more>
from. The film's message can also be seen in the context of the US presidential elections, and can be a reminder of why, for some, may be tempting to fall for simple and easy solutions to get out of a difficult situation. Wonderful young actors are very convincing, and they really deliver a strong message. I recommend the movie.
Much of Andrea Arnold's American HONEY reminds me of Larry Clark's 1995 film, "Kids," struggling adolescent years, but American HONEY is much more nuanced in that on one hand you have this somewhat social commentary about how we are the richest nation in the world and yet so many of our teens live in poverty and they have to hustle and do certain demeaning things just to get by, just to survive, just to feed themselves. On the other hand, you could see American HONEY from the perspective of the characters and the impressive way in which they organize, you can see their <more>
selling and marketing skills, despite it being a scam and rough around the edges. They're doing what wall street does basically but on a smaller, smaller, way smaller scale.Sasha Lane plays free spirited teenage named star who leaves her troubled trashy home to go on a road trip with traveling laborers her age, they go from town to town, door to door, to sell magazines. Riley Keough plays Krystal, the leader of the crew, and Shia LaBeouf plays Jake, who recruits new members. There's freedom and hard partying that come with this life, Star doesn't essentially agree with some of the group's methods, although young love and jealousy ultimately motivate Star to bend her own morality rule just to prove herself.Firstly, just a heads up, this movie is 163 minutes long, probably not quite as long as those "Hobbit" movies but definitely one that you'd have to be willing to set aside a big chunk of your evening for, should you want to check out this film. I have to give credit to writer/director Andrea Arnold, not only for this raw depiction of American youth living on the margins, but also the casting decisions, the actors in this film are so convincing, in terms of their looks, their attitude and the way they carry themselves, you start to wonder if they really do live on the margins. Many of the moments in the film are spent on the characters bonding, so it seems that, and I'm assuming, cinematographer Robbie Ryan had to sit inside that van and operate the camera around as one character has their dialogue with another, and it's already crowded as it is, it'd be interesting to see behind-the-scenes video on how they pulled that off.Arnold is not focusing on income disparity in the inner cities, nope, American HONEY showcases income disparity out in the plain fields of the American midwest. But this isn't some kind of poverty extravaganza either like "Winter's Bone," or "Slumdog Millionaire," the characters in American HONEY get by, they do OK one day at a time, but they undergo unforgiving journeys through suburban sprawl through small towns clearly affected by economic downturn, and you see the resilience in their hearts. You may disagree with their methods, some might even see it as dangerous but what can a fractured, abandoned life can do but to fill the cracks however way they can. They're still teenagers going through crushes and heartbreaks, your usual teenage ordeals, but they're also in a situation where they're forced to be independent adults faster, and Andrea Arnold beautifully captures all of that in American HONEY.-- Rama's Screen --
Lost and found on the road to nowhere. (by SimonHeide)
A young girl, named Star, with no economic abilities, bears the heavy responsibility of raising her two younger siblings.Hungry after living the life of a teenager she gets attracted to a group of young people at a supermarket with high spirit and a bad attitude. She leaves her siblings behind and joins the group who lives from day to day selling magazines to whomever they meet. The common denominator is the selling of magazines. How to do it? How to manipulate the potential buyer with different kind of stories up the sleeve that is supposed to impose sympathy? As Oliver Twist is lured into <more>
Fagins lair and is taught to pick pockets without knowing what he is doing so is Star initially. At the point where she understands the rules and laws of the group, she is involved in such a way that she accepts the game and takes some very big risks and further compromises her own moral values.The force of the movie is the depiction of the life on the road, the interaction between our marginalized young people and slowly getting to know our protagonist, who in the beginning is the silent observer and little by little starts to unfold her personality.I can see that the movie is being criticized for being very long and not having a story that develops from a start- to an endpoint. I agree that some of the scenes are prolonged to a point that seems unnecessary. Besides this I think that this movie is a perfect example of how the truth often lies in the detail. This means that we need to dwell in some of the scenes and that the artistic challenge is to let this happen in a way that gets the audience involved.Again I must express my deepest respect for director Andrea Arnold who has the rare ability to show a milieu in such a convincing way that it at certain points seems as if you are not watching a movie but instead a documentary but without losing the storytelling.Regards SimonPs. When you read reviews that gives max score check to see if the user has made more than one review. If not consider the possibility of a lobbyist. If you agree consider putting this post scriptum at the bottom at your own reviews.
Been anticipating this film ever since I've heard of it. This is a well made coming of age film about hopeless youth who are on the go. The film really reminded me of Kids but with stronger focus on its core character and her experience. It also reminded me a bit of Spring Breakers so maybe its a Harmony Korine thing. Sasha Lane stars as Star, a young drifter on the run who stumbles across a gang of people who travel in a van and are in "sales" and getting money where they can to get by. You're immediately curious about Star's previous life and experiences but you start <more>
in the moment and go on the road with her. Sasha Lane is just starting and I'm curious as to what her story is because this role was second nature to her. She's great. Love him or hate him, Shia LaBeouf can be a force on the screen. He is most certainly one in this film. There is a charismatic nature to his character and his relationship with Star through the rage and love is very entertaining to watch. I wish there was more of Riley Keough in this. I'm a huge fan of her after seeing her in the very excellent The Girlfriend Experience and she was the main attraction for me to this film. I may be biased but she steals the scenes she's in. The confederate bikini and oil rub scene in the motel room is fantastic.The film has some other really beautiful scenes. Star and Jake sitting on top of the car as the wind blows and the bright lights pass by; its so wonderful. The stage is set in southern America and you get a real sense of that world on every pit-stop. Not all the character's in the gang are fleshed out in this near three hour film but its hardly a detriment as not many of them are necessarily memorable. The film is heavy on soundtrack which makes sense as you take a car trip through the eyes of Star as she goes from place to place. The scenes during the day always look like its almost sunset. I think it adds to the grittiness and roughness of the American South. The camera is mostly personal and very zoomed on Star so you get to see the world through her first hand experience. I saw a message of how tough it is to set your life straight in a hard world and having to do whatever it takes to get by on a day to day basis. I think at its heart Andrea Arnold's film can be interpreted in a few ways but I saw it as the story of a down out of luck girl who will do whatever it takes to survive. Star potentially puts herself in dangerous situations in the film but she's just fearless throughout. Which takes me back to the curiosity of her past. To me, she's unfazed with what she's exposed to and can adapt very well. Once she realizes she can make it there's a moment of beauty as she takes whatever comes her way. She's always setting animals and other people free in this film because she seeks to set herself free.The first thing I'd recommend is not to be daunted by the running length of the film. Also be prepared for more of a visual, sonic, and spiritual experience over a film that's plot heavy and focused. I enjoyed it just as much as I thought I would.8/10